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VWIGINIA KACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUIsTe 3, 1965 



Two Sectlons-16 Pdg« 



For June 28 




dates Get 
Power-Packed 
Questionnaires 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The political ralyptanned June 28 
promises to bring to light some rather definite oginioiu oh various 
political situations by the five state senatorial cihdidates who will 
participate in the /onim. 

"^p Norfolk - Virginia Beach League ' of Wonen Votere, 

primary spt^sors of the non- ~ ' " 

partisan rally, have mailed 2- sufficient matching fundi to per- 




part questionnaires to he can- 
didates add ttte^ repH^' to 
the questions are expected, to 
produce interesting evaluations 
on timely topics. 

The que^ionnaires were com- 
piled by the Vii^inia League of 
women Voters for distribirfkMi 
through local groups. They were 
sent to William P. Kellam and 
L, Charles Burlage, Virginia 
Beach; William Spong, Jr., P(M&- 
mouth: and William Hodges 'and 
Gordon Mai^, Chesape^. T^ 
five cai^do^ are «»npe4ng for 
the three si^natorial seats in this 
district. 

The first part of the questkxi- 
natre asb for bioj^pbical data 
on each candidate b\}t the lecmid 
portion . delves into tteir vifus 
dii t^i m$$ot mm. 'nm^ 
^uotKMs inctade: -; 
% I. Oo you thinx ^ Sta^ d 
^nditft ihould ta|e ttg>$ to 
i^ttn^i'^iHK- tftfbl Mm3 i^^ mtt- 
rM b^ ita cities and ratuiitks? 
Please explain. 

2. MaiMliii&^ ^ "^ivinm- 
ment thirt'Aiakn ViiginM a' good 
place in f hid) to Uve ami work" 
has be^ stressed l^ me Virginia 
ChituOM' )R«:rreation Commls- 
sUw. ^(^t measure wKMild you 

HrecommMKt to ftirthier encoura^ 
tourisn, ];M«serve natural re- 
soiirces, ami provide our expand^ 
in£r peculation widi additional 
state parks, lakes, campgrounds, 
etc.? s 

3. Economic arKl industrial 
growdi in Virginia depends on 
planned river b^sin development. 
in order to solve the problems 
of potution and to meef the 
sometimes conflicting demands 
upon <Hir water resources, what 
programs wouM you recommend 

^to ^st »rve the public interest? 

4. The report 'of the Virgmia 
Mental Health Study Commis- 
sion indicates serious shortcom- 
ings in our mental health pro- 

Sram. If elected, will you approve 
ie, appropriation of an increase 
in gmeral funds for die Depart- 
ment of N^ental Hy^ene and 
Hospit^? Will you furtlier re- 
commend and api^-ove allocating 



mit the (fopartmeot to use 
federal nwney available? 



eativQ 
Clinies 
ire Pbmied 



; VIRGINIA BEAOI — Two 
ol tJ» area-wide rabies clinics 
|4aniied by the State Public 
Health Department have been 
s«hedtried in Vii|^ Beach an 
J|ne 12 and June 19 from 1 Xo 
4 p.m. 

tocationii of tlw June 12 
clintes will be Kemp«ville Junior 
Mgii School, Alan B. Shebard 
Civic Center and Ocean Park 
Vohmteer Fire Department. 

Oft- June 19 they will be held 
at the Creeds Volunteer Fire 
DepaitmeiM, . Ara^a Elemen- 
tary School ami Seatack Volun- 
teer Fire Desartment. 

Then wiH be a charge of 
$1.50 per d^. The clinics are 



5. pe Special Report bv the ^ p^^ ,o ^^ 

aTJ' ' f'.r?'*'"*',*'^-!!**'" Although there have 

Aided Institunpns of Higher indicatlonTof rabi«> 
Learning in Vuvinia estimates 




that by the 1970 biennt^ we 
muK provide $216- mHlim for 
higher education. The Vii^inia 
School Boards Associatioa esti- 
mates that the requirements for 
elementarv and secomtery edu- 
cation wHI be $448.8-milHon bv 
1970, Will you nq>port Acces- 
sary l^^kition to iHOvide funds 
for all levels of education? 

t. Dq^ Virginia need a state- 
wide genera] retail sales tax? If 
so, bow should it be shared wMi 
the localities^ WlHtt other aoun^ 
of additional revenue are avail- 
a^' Iff dK state or the locali- 
ti«? 

7. The Jii^ td Wi 

tofeiiftw hte ybw'pdsl^ on 
foltowiiHi two im^a: (1) 
ywi enoom ttpt^ <d iie 
tax as a fverequisite for «)0ii 
in state and local etecticHSa n 
Virginia and (2) will you Opmx^ 
1^ freehddcr amendmrat n k 
eoam before the General ^ 
s»nbly <hiring your term of 
c^icef 

8. If elected, whirt mccL^ 
legislative pn^ams wiD yoo 
pfi^ose? 

Tiw Vufinia Ifoach ^m 
hopes H> pMkdi tl» ou^datn* 
answers to ^se vital que^tkMH 
prior to the June 28 raHy. t^. 
meeting will be held at Prlnct# 
Anne Hig^ S^ool at 8 p.m. and 
wiH be open to die pinrik;. 



Phone Expansion 

KEMPSVILLE — The Chesa- 
peake "^ and Potoikac Teltphooe 
Company of Virginia has appro- 
priated $183,000 for the addi- 
tion of 2,340 lines and 2,000 
terminals ctf dial equipment in 
the Indian River Road ceiMnrf 
trffice, »xx>rdiitg to Virginia 
Be^h Manager L. F. Patrick. 



the clinics are de«pi^ as a |m«- 
vemive iiMMilA. Ottkmk be- 
\Utve that the absence of rabies 
is due primtrily to tfie clinics 
held in 1963. 

The clinies are esp«;ially im- 
portant in diis ana because an 
outbreak of raWes could seri- 
ously ^foE^ towkm in a resort 
sueh as Vi^ift Betct Tbere- 
ftwe,' aH 4bi own^s are ui^ 
to uki t^vn^W ^ this Ptrt>lic 
Healdb ServKC. 




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NAVY PLANS 

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DeiUoiied to Departed ShipauOes 




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■•■ib«n of tlw Fl««t Ht^rw A««o«wtioB, Brmncli tS6, WM 4*A- 
catod to all d«r«rto4l sk^nato* aarf naHavn lost at •«•. A 
faatar* of «^ tolowa corwMsy wa« Um pr aiwtottoa of a voMrial 
wrMtk ky a smaU *AM af flictod witk eorakna pAy^pKW** mf 

Mn. Dorotky Mftovita, ^«m praa^at af La^Im Aakiliary. F.K.A.i 

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LOCAL GIRL HONOlEir 

LYNCHBURG — Carolyn 
P. 'Riohanlson of Virginia Beach 
is co-winiKr of, t» so^mor^ 
award for outitM(Uii| work in 
bicriogy a( Mufeddlp^ - Maccp 
Woman's Co\)t^. 

l^e {H^^i^u^tm vras made at 
an Awards A«embly by Dr. 
William F. Qufllkn, Jr., presi- 
dent d* Raa<kd^-Mi»oD. 

MSa Richardson iwxiyed a 
check for $75 and a year's sub- 
scription to '*Sci«itific Ameri- 
can." 

^le is the dai^j^r of Mr. 
dnd Mrs. E. P. Ridiardson, 208 
53rd St.. Virgiiik Beach. 

Wreck Kills Driver 

VIRC^NIA BEAC»-— A 
single car aodd^t on a rural 
road ia Blaekwater claimed the 
life of a 19 year old Norfolk 
yoodi m Saturday. Police iden- 
tifi^ tiie victim, Viipnia Beach's, 
sixth ^afBc fatalhy of the year, 
as Elwood Woodhouse, driver c^ 
tiw car, 

T^ VMo passem^n, Xrtis 
Charles Hdtaes of Oiesapeake, 
add W^y Gallop of Virginia 
Bea^, were h<Kpitali»d wi^ 
ioteraal hquries. 

Police said the victim's cir 
went out of OMrtrol mA hit a 
ditch, skidding sidewa^ 132 feet 
before slamming into a tree, 

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BIROIWOOD — Birchwood 
Garden Club will ho^^its aa- 
nuid piciuc hMcmi^ fcusbaodi 
(^ Sunday M 6;30 p.m. A tti, 
hcune of Mrs. <j. O. McCool« 
Kvat Driw. , 

Ma. E. W. Leamard, Mn. 
p. J. a»v|A(R', Jr., and M«. 
McCot^ are in (^Htrfe of M 
tftM^esimts. 



coming in rapidly and, as (A last 
we^-end, lom tN^ as many 
artists have rnjues^ space as 
had applied at diir time last 
year. 



Moon* waUrcolor 'Hialb Ovar WiarMr«kao|^ 

RMER WINNERS '' 
TO EXHIRIT IN . 
MRIVERSARY SHOW 

VN(OnnA BEACH — Marc Moon of Ohio, th* Best-in- 
Show wtaMr of the 1964 Boardwalk Art Show,- was the fir^ artist 
to r^poid to a special invitation sent to winners of Ae rnne 
previous 4iows to participate in the show's 10th anniversary. 

fcfeon's "GirfIs Over Wingcar- ^- '" 

d^^" was itjkd^d top winne- 1 entries for dw 1965 show are 
lak summer and was awarded 
d« ViNMa Be«^ Art Associ- 
ation f50& grrad prize. Tlie 
wiW««^r W8» displayed on die 
cow M fte Association's yt^- 

shcMr {MJint^. 

bivittidms have been maHed 
to former winners: Leonette Ad- 
Icr, 1936, for "Trees"; Leon 
Woolen, 1957, "Parking Lot"; 
WUUaoii Gaines, 1958. "Beach 
U. Ff^ina"; William Fletcher 
iosei, 1959, "Cathedral"; Glep 
HeftlOn, 1960, "Bud Vase"; Wal- 
ter Thrift, 1961, "Neptune's Ta- 
We"; Lowell Nesbitt, 1962, 
'♦Thoms of Night"; and Lois 
Greiger, 1963. "Artist's Model." 

HiMe fonaer winners who re- 
tum to«Iei«te die show's 1 0th 
annivcrary will receive special 
rec<^ition from the thousands 
of ^>ectatois by die Association's 
new turquoise and white Dis- 
tii^iAed Honors flag whidi 
will fly above their exhibits. 

AmAer feattre of die 1 0th 
anmversary celebration will be a 
"busman's holiday" for die ex- 
hibiting artists. On JiHy 16 ^er- 
win-WiHiams Pamt Co. of Vir- 
ginal Beach will ^t up a lai^ 
canvas and will make available 
an ampte sjupply of paints, 
brushes and turpentine. The first 
artist to register may bc^n the 
painting, (rther artists may re- 
cord their own bits of color and 
design and last year's Be*t-ifi- 
Show winner will add the fin- 
ishing toudies. 

Tliis painliflg, a composit 
i*ork of the visiting artists, wiM 
became the property of the Vir- 
ginia Beadt Art Association and, 
along with several ^odier paint- 
ings acquired over the years, 
wUl hang in a place of honor in 
the Associadon's proposed Fine 
Arts BuildLdl. 

As was piiviously announced, 



won Boat-Ia-Simw in 18«4 



TRAILER PARK 

VmOlNIA BEACH — A top-ranking Navy officW^ Um 
notified the local branch of the Fleet Reserve Association tt^ tm^ 



show is July 

wdati lire urged to return die 
appiidMioia as soon as possible 
to Mrs. Gordon Atwill, r^is- 
trar, Mayflower Apartments, (k 
Mrs. Florence Turner, general 
chairman, 202 50di Street, bodi 
in Virginia Beach. 

llie top prize has been in- 
>creased to $1,000 this year and 
increases in the otlwr awards 
will bring die grand total to 
$2,400. Tlie lOdi anniversary 
show is scheduled for July 15- 
19 and promises to far surpass 
all previous shows. 

Judges for this year s show 
will be two nationally known art 
authorities: J. Carter Brown, 
assistant director of die National 
Gallery of Art, Washin^wi, 
D.C.; and Gudmund Vigtel, 
head of the Museum of the At- 
lanta Art Association, Adanta, 
Georgia. 



DEADUNE 



VIRGINIA BEACH ~ 
DMdBae lor voter registnitioa 
to vo^ in tiM iMimary iHec* 
tfoB on July 13^ 1965 wUI be 
J«M 13. lie r^jbtnrikm book 
win be dosed on Jom 13, 
a^ ail regH^rars wUl be sit- 
tum Saturday, June 12. 

Pofl taxes required for re- 
gistrstioii wiU be for 1962, 
63, and 64. Deadttne for the 
payment of poll {axes was 
May 1. 

A^ InffHinaHon regarding 
resistr^ion of vote^ nay be 
obtained by caHiiig tke General 
Registnr. Mrs. Anna H. Cot- 
ton, at 426-6111. 



Jaycees Head 
Blood Drive 

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

drive to collect more btood for 
the American Red Cross Btood 
Bank has been undertaken by 
the Princess Anne JuniOT Cham- 
ber of Commerce. Tile Jaycees, 
assisted by die layettes, will be 
at Miller's Discouilt Department 
Sibre on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard next Wednesday frcnn 1 to 
6 p.m. ' 

VoluntMr Mood donors wHl 
be able to give dieir blood rwpit 
inside MiHer's store, in full ^mv 
of ^^^yone. k is ho{MKl ibat 

curiosiiy win Wlhc i^P^l 
c^edure and will r«l iflapitid p 
give dieir blood also. 

It is a shamedd (act dial too 
litde blood is coltected for die 
Red Cross Blood Bank la a city 
the size of Vvginia Beach, popi- 
lated by so many e^er-wise civfc 
mindra cidzois. 

The gMl is to coHect at least 
100 {MnU. 

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INJURIES FATAL 

VIRGmiA BEACH — Geaie 
Walton Lcggett, 1552 McNeal 
Avenue, d»d Tuesday n^t of 
injuries suffered earlier ui die 
day in a fall from a buildbig cm 
Bryant Road at Greenwich. 
Police said Leggrtt, a construc- 
tion worker, apparently fell 
about 20 feet and landed op his 
head. 

A native of Plymo|fdi, N.C., 
he lived in Norfolk most (rf his 
life. Besides his parents, William 
Walton and Mary Louise Oliver 
Leggeft, he is survived by a sis- 
ter Miss 'Nina Gay Leggett of 
Norfolk. 



lervtee. 

"I hope to 9K die Aittfi 
Marines and Omst Guard Jmi 
similar actk>n," he said, "tf »f 
area gets enmi^i goyerwNM 
built lots for its pi^smuNll^ 4be 
Bffivate park owfien iHH ^ 
f(»ced to intprove con^^iia \m 
djeir paries." ^ ! 



eOllllllEllGEMENT AT UNION 
NMPSViLLE HIGH SCHOOL 



KKIFSVILLE — J. J. 
091^, Jr., administrative as- 
s^att to the V. B. School 
Boanl, will award diplomas and 
J. V. Bc^kki, principal of Union- 
Kenii»vae High School wUl 
ptmim, scAuriarshipi at die oom- 
inenceittent exercises to be Held 
June 10 at 8:15 p.m. in T. C. 
S^Uh ^dium at Unksn Kemps- 
v«e Hi|^ School. 

The thoe holiest ranking 
hoiKxr ^ira^its trom die ^d- 



uatin| class of 131 will speak 
on the topic "Life It Worth 
Living". 

The=^ Baccalaufff ate service 
will be held Sunday ^ 5 p.iti. 
in the stadium with the Rev. L. 
Warren Chase, paster of Mount 
Olive Baptist Church delivering 

the serm<»i. 

» 

Class Ki|^ exercises will be 
held in the school aiidibvium on 
Tuesday evening. 



Navy is planning to take steps to relieve die trailer park 
confronting military personnel in this area. 

Ray L. Dioone, president of Branch 166 of the F1^ R i iA»| 
i^ssociation, has received noU- 1 ^"^tT ' 

fication from the Office of the 
Chief of Naval Operations stat- 
ing that government built trailer 
parks will get under construction 
later this year. 

'Die action came in response 
to Ji a>m|^aint, filed May 10 by 
CMonne m behelf of many mo- 
bile home owners, outlining the 
"didorable comliticms" of priv- 
aiefy own^ fMirks. 

Dionne's letter, addressed to 
Secretary of die Navy Pairf H. 
NKze, was based on a p*trtioi| 
circulated among military per- 
sonnel living in trailer parka« 
The petition pointed out that 
residents of the parks are forced 
to pay outrtig»>iB lot r»Ms, d^ 
rentals YA^t jumped diree times' 
in die f»st two years aid ancrther 
raise is proposed and requests for 
im^vements are ignored. 

"flw Navy's reply cnst from 
Rear Adminri F. J. Brudi who 
jM |» naOK ^ Jui^luoted 
over to his droo. , i. 

Mbnlrtf W* to^ »QMi 
"k hM bees iw(^^tod»tteM nMy 
mifitary perscm»H owi^ naMm 
hoflMs but are unable to Aid 
satlafeotpry private trailer parks 
to jiarit diem." ^ 

^Accoidittgly, a on^am Iws 
hekfi initiated wherry die Navy 
is cmstruc^ trailer parks at 
phKses where such a re(}uiie- 
m^it exists. In die Norfolk- Vk- 
ginia Beach-Oce«M vea dw 
Navy is frianning on ceMi^ructittg 
several hundifed traite* i^Mces 
oyw die next few years. The 
start of the first incremeiH c<m- 
taining 500 sp«cei wiU. oon- 
mence the later part of this 
j«ar." . 

The Navy's dect^m to con- 
struct such parks followed 
Dionne's su^ested solution. In 
his letter he asked diat die Navy 
consider military government 
own^ trailer parks as comple- 
ments to military hwiing. 

Dionne was quiUe et^used 
over the Navvy's stand in beck- 
ing up the local milita^ m<Mle 
home owners and has hopes that 
such programs will also be en- 
dorsed by c^er brandies of the 



PIANO RECITAL 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 

Esther Simpson Grant will pre- 
sent her piano students in a short 
recital on June 9 at 8 pm. in the 
Church of Oirist, Maharis Road, 
Lakevicw Park. 

Participants are Carol y n 
Bowles, George Taylor III, Paula 
Aguanno, Kenneth Gaut, Eunice 
Taylor, Faye Elliott, Marell 
Sadler, Deborah Henry, OeOrge 
Francisco, and John Gaut. 



ROAD PROJECT 
OPENS 

VmCINIA BCAC# -- A 

Virginia Beach* bigh way pra^ 
is among 14 s^»mda^ n^^Ufk 

Erijects open for bklb by pm State 
Itahway DepartmeM. 
It involves 2.65 miles oi |pal^ 
ing and two i44ooi tanea of 
concrete paving cm Intentete 64 
from die east city ttflito of N«- 
Mk » die CMfedMF ^ 
Jimfti, anf t bittr for Ri^ 
1^ ftti^^pM %M at M iMr- 

lib w^ be ^lin^ by tte 

RicAiROM fln July 



PWNCESS ANNE PLAZA-- 
A ^ant ainuienient park moved 
wM die Prinoass Ai»e Plai» 
^o^iag Cwter Wednesday and 
mU ^lirate until June 12. 'ffic 
vartoos ride& and entertalhlliCMt 
f^rtures are sponsored by Hte 
^A SKK^g CeiMs mt- 

the r^ ^ill^ py^ toiMs- 
tomers .p^rcMtijCi^ ^; sMMl. 

Hie ru^aie open Mto |Kto 
9 p.m. nightly. 1^ Ug^^N 
each ^ening is At Ir^ act <tf 
die ma^fii^at KfoM^Mt Zae- 
cin being shot frcm * ^MM^«t 
8 p.m. 

Hie portable amuwmraft |i^ 
is from die David B. 6«Jr »• 
sociated AmuMmemi mmI 
have operated frowi Fl 
Canada^ over 50 years. 



Top VmS Graduates 



Annual Meeimg 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Some 
150 members and guesd of 
American Society of Insuraise 
Management (Virginia Chaplftr) 
will convene at the Cape Cmooy 
Club today and Friday, for its 
Annual Conference. 

Among distinguished speakers 
on the prc^am will be the Hon- 
orable T. Nelson Parker, In- 
surance Commissioner. 

Earl Willis, Administrator of 
die General Hospital at Virgin 
Beach, wiN discuss "WhM Can 
Be Done to Control MedK&l 
Costs." 





Mi«t MariMi Lyndk Cmtenbv^r kM Umi mmmmi v«i« 
of tW 1995 VirciMM B«*eh Migli Sdieol i^nAu^M •!«>• 
daWitt, Jr. hat ^mb maiad Ml«tat9rfaB. MIm €« «> — b »<T, 
tor «f Dr. mni Mr*. W. B. CMlM^Mfer sf 4M «A StM*t, •mmfA 
M mrmrtgm of M.800 for fivo y«*r« of U|^ admoL Mr. tfeV 
mAi of Mr. ut4 Mrs. P««l 4oWitt of Crratol PwW»y, M' 
•a.043 arorat*. Both atBdoBta aolactod • dUfficidt ««IUt* 9»*-V 
torjr canracHlna* nado vp dlHoal oatirofy •! ma4aai« 
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VIRGINIA 61 



I, Hwrtday, Junt 3, 1965 



^^PPINGS 




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Mm. MSm^ JUNIAN SMITHSON 



IMA BEAOl — 'neMn. Jotfiua Juoian SmWisOii, 
of Wis C%erry Jean Jr. trf Viipnia Beach. 
^ inA k^Wk Jadkoi Hie bride was given tn mar- 
fll took place nrktoyiufll by ber fatlm-. Mrs. Loaise 
in WmowiKKKi Fmh^Tvemt ol Norfcdk was her sb- 
C^mcb u N«folk. TUett^t Jaatn» of tonor and Ruth 
was perfomed t^ Ae^fa^eAi HaH was bridesmcid. 
Jtwbe f t H. Rittoa. WMtace Jay Siaithson was best 

I'tfUe if tfie daiqliter <^nian for his bn^er. WiHiam A. 
Mn. M(Ao Wttliaia Ma-Tar^r was groonttniHi. 
4^M of Vir^nia Bcik^. Tte A receptiea mtt held in die 
bdpiremi is tte soil <tf Mr. Md dhjHTdi iocial ball. ' 





Mfs. TazorcO S^plu* Dotler 



BfiNNETT "IMIZKR 

M*? )A*nX»4IO, Texas — 
IW weddiqi of Miss Judkh 
dbire Bcaam and^ Tazewdi 
Stqpteo Doder took place May 
3<|r:4tt 7 p.m. at Our Lady <rf 
OraQB Catholic Omrpfa m San 
Texas. 



'Ihie tdde |i tfK dai^ter of 
Mr« and Mrs. Be^afflk T. Bea- 
ntftt^. The bric^ootn is tbe son 
of >fr. and Mrs. Ceorge Stephen 
■EVger of Vi^tiia B^h. 

Tlie bride was given in ma^- 
"^4c^ by her fa^r. Maid of 
hdoor was Miss 'Marguerite 
DQI^ Young of $9^ Antonio, 
iBnid6r''ivtre Miss 
(, MUs Mly Con- 
'Mincy'Budlwr, Miss 
outiC and M{s$ Jane 
1^11 of San Antooio; il^ 
■ " Bd,»yafc* Vaiwn, 
rtwdod, and Miss 
Martinalr, <rf DaHas; 
'^tMufman of Beau- 
PhyMu Todd of 




ttr4 £Uifl^n uf Washii^- 
r wji*. iv^st man, ^ 
ftichard IW- 
tNri|le's bnMh- 
Sde^n of 
ng, Harry 
a f*elps, Jr.j 
in, Jr., Jdui 
]dal, Wil^ 



BEACH — Mrs. 

ia Beadf, 

; of the 

_JN-9, on 

rinocw Anne 



Morey, add Marshall Cue. 

A reception was tekl'U the 
San Ant<Mik> CouiMry Chib, 
aftCT which 4he omple left on 
a weddliu trip to Acapuico and 
Me»eo Qty. ' 

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WEDDING PLiUlp 

BAVSlbE — Mr.' and Mrs 
Louis S. Quackenbush of Hermi- 
tage Road, Thorotigbgood, will 
leave this week to fly to Panama 
City, Panama for the wedding 
of ttieir son, Thomas Eugene, 
who will marry Miss Maria 
Isabel Ortiz, dauditer of Mr. and 
Mrs. Lows Gttt|»wo Ortiz, of 
Pananla City. ' 

Hie wwwiiig win take place 
June 10, it ^ Cburch' of Our 
Lady <4 Carmen, widi a recep- 
ti(N) M^^ fte Ofotinxwy: 

A^iF^^t isl a imitate of 
Ottima ipihts QA^, Lttima, 
Iowa. fiM^ Vas bt«a teacliing in 
Pannoi^^ this cast year. 

Mr.'^MJEeBMsf'b a student 
at PaiW'OM^, Fairfield, 
ktwa. ■ 

Fei^w^yi 'Ack honeymoon, 
the c6ii^%iH resiu.:' in the Bay- 
sitfc aifi of Vkgiflia Be&dh. 



HieToHj 






One of ih^W^rtant aspects 
of belonging to ihe YWCA ol 
yom city and the YWCA of the 
USA is being .part of the World 
YWCA Witt fellow members in 
75 canaries of the World. 

The very «M«r-w»i«$s of 
the YWCA Ji A« rtni work 
that it <k>es to create mutual 
cring and Md^tOEii^ bSmmt 
nations was brl^^ into acute 
u^ocus at the rr#.iH thr^-^y 
YWCA Work^ held at #» 
Ck)lden Trui^. 

rgspoosibiliti#t 
itfis in a World ' 
for the WOT 
-^*' i^y presenti 
ly'rad Intenoatku- 
Tettn ami by HtSgm- 
•LMfci aad^Sttf me^ii. 
'n^lpkatio^I team, sopi bf 
wImi M^red in native #eai 
wffe: mW Anaie Takeriakii ol 
Hawaii, Mi^ (Higmar In^am 
ol Oyton, Mm Mary ^i 
Oertrwy 
(Afr^, 
Taiwan. Eacb 
oftheY#eA 
sUm^t td its ac6Mm»- 
^9M seeds thMftavt 

Bg'^tmd Daiske KHi- 

Sinra, pipsc^ve Sowetary <rf 
e DiVttion of Domestic Mis- 
sion, Executive Council of the 
Episcopal Oiuich gave an ad- 
dress wh^ was the fc^li^ of 
ttw Miasiuiu^. He is tiie aitthor 
of "Race Relations and Chirst- 
ian Misibn". Hu i^ was an 
extended plea f» a k^atatce 
based on understamiii^ of the 
peoples, ^ir cultures, «nd the 
ehitog^ <tf the twtittieth cen- 
tury. 

the work^iop ««s concerned 
with helping YWCA leaders 
and members to analyze the 
neeeb in tiieir chan^ng com- 
flHinitiea and to determine the 
task of the YWCA, locally, na- 
tionally and Intemationally.One 
came away imbued with tiie ur- 
gency ftw women lo corporately 
involve Itons^es as Christians 
MiifU^ peofrie of aU fat^ and 
mces together m neighborly 
tove and understanding. 

« •*¥" CALENDftl 

Moiulay, June 1 — Commit- 
tee on Administratiorf — Prin- 
cess Anne Country Club Business 
meeting 10:30 a.m. followed by 
LunclttCNB. 

Tuesctey, June 8 — Tennis, 
12r30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. — 
Virginia Beach High SdKK>l 
Courts. 



ENGACEA\ENTS 





VAIH l.ANDINGI^/^l!i||j^Y 







VHlGmiA BEACH — Mr. 
and 1^. RusseH Faison Van 
Landin^Mw^ Erwin 
Thomasville, ' No«1fc C 
announi 
th' 
Va; 

^ a 

Ml^Akman Bodfi^Am 
of Mr. and Mrs. Juliai 
Anthony of Newtoo Ceirtf, 
Massachusetts. ^ 

Mms Van Landii^jliam is a 
^duate of Chatham Hall, Oia- 
ttam, Viifinia, and attended 
tWke University. In 1963 Aeims 
pteient^ to society at 0e/Mcitta 
Carolina Debutante Ball la Ra- 
leigh. She ir ptdientiy servinj^A 
teenage prc^ahi director for tUe 
Virginia Beac^i Branch o( lie 
Tldtdwter' Areas, Yo«4 Wort- 
en's Oiristian Assostaim. 

Mr. Anthony is 'a graduate of 
Amhurst College. M»urrt, Mas- 
sachusetts, andatl^dM Harvaitl 
School of Educaticm. He is a 
member of Phi Alpha Psi fra- 
ternity. He has rw«itly com- 
peted A tour of du^ as a Lieu- 
tenant (junioi' 8>^) in ^^ 
United Stales Naval Resctyv. 
and is presently resklmg in Vir- 
ginia Beach. In the teU he will 
enter the Law School of liie Uni- 
veisity of Michigan. 

Hie wedding is {rianned for 
the iMt day of July. 

BIRTHS 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. 
Wadsworth, Jr. of Virginia Beadi 
announce the atfoption of a 
daughter, Cary Anne. Mrs. Wads- 
worth is tfie former Miss Mary 
Virginia Garrett of Oteana. 



MISS SARA lEAN CRAWFORD 



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WORKSHOP LUNCHEON 

BAYSIDE — Th? rafewater 
ft«sidei«'s Council of the Vir- 
ginia Federatbn of Wnnen's 
Oubs will hold the|r annual 
"Workshop", Luncheon and in- 
stallation of officers, June 10, 
at 11:00 a.m. at the Woman's 
Club erf Portsmouth. TTie hos- 
tels olub will be "The Woman's 
Club of Churchland." 

This meeting is open to all 
club presidents and club Chair- 
men. Reservations for the lun- 
cheon must be made not later 
ttian June 7 with either of the 
fdlowing ladies: Mrs. David W. 
Jones, telephone 397-8677 or 
Mrs. F. X. OXToiinor, lelcTrfione 
393-7634. The price of the lun- 
cheon is expected to be $1.50 
and there will be a 2Sc registra- 
tkm JEi^. 

Oub women taking part on the 
"Wwkshop Panel" are as fol- 
lows: Community Improvemeat 
— Mrs. A. D. Willis, Tidewater 
District Chairman; Press Bo(A* 
Scrapbood — Mrs. Cam Far- 
mer, Tidewater District Qiatf- 
man; Fine Arts, Mrs. R. J. Vel- 
}itm. Tidewater Mrtric^ Qiair- 
man; Crafts — ^Mrs. l^roy Isbel. 
Tidewiiter District Qiairman. 
The district chairmen hope to 
get many constructive ideas for 
possKAe dianges <»- ^visions in 
the contest rules for district com- 
petition for tl^ c<nniiig new club 
.year, "' " 



CRAWFORD-CRAWFORD 

NORTH CHARLESTON, 
S.C. — Mr, and Mrs. Wallace 
Crawford of North Charleston, 
S.C. announce the engagement 
of their daughter, Sara Jean, to 
James Worthington Crawford, 
son of Captain and Mrs. Joseph 
Wesley Crawford, Jr., of 113 
69th Street, Virginia Beach. 

Miss Crawford is a graduate 
of Hanahan High School, North 
Oiarle^ton, and attemted the 
College of Charleston, Charles- 
ton, S.C. Sie is employed by 
the Industrial Manager, USN, 
^th Naval District. 

Mr, Crawford is a graduate 



Jqp Senioi 



UVLIER 6C 



VIRpINIA BEACH — The 
LtiJI^r barden C3ub'lield it's 
imi^HAtioa meetiag recently at 
% ^We of Mrs. WHliam L. 
myam "widi « 13 nwo^rs and 
two guests present. 

Mil. Shasta Rowetl installed 
the -AiHowmg officers for the 
coflijiig year: Mrs. C. J. Hauser, 
presittept; Mrs. W. A. Wood, 
Ut v$9»i)re4Me|lt; Mrs. Jk^ 
Doyle, 2dd vio»^flKiBfiideBt; hbs. 



wtn pr&iti^ed to Mrs. 'Rowell 
in ^pfHlMikkm for ccHiductfn^ 
the MtwitbA ^rvjk;e aind «f> 
Mrs. T. W. &w5«r for iMving 
the. i»^t potato few her ftower 
arra^CMD^ tor ^ year. 

AM^ Ihc' Meeting hmdhpn 
was sen^ fp fl^ 'lnen^>^ rad 
gubstsr A ||to jipotif was car^ 

ckidetf a' ^ lktA:tfvt Miiy 
P^ arrangement^^ <Unnig 
room table. 



ClwatMi UaivaraUy Army 
ROTC C«d«t Uirrjr J. Smith of 
VirgiBU B««ch, recaivMl th« 
D«^. of th« U.9. Army Snparlor 
C*2«t RiUoB for tfa* ovtatead- 
{■f ••aijv IB Um Clontoa Army 
ROTC profrBm duriBg Armod 
Foreos D«y ooavrvaBc* at CUm- 



of Falls Church High S:hod and 
the Citadel, Military Coil^e ^ 
South Carolina in Ottrleston, 
S,C. He will atteiMl the lAaive^- 
ity of South Carolioa inS^t^- 
ber for graduate w^ in Oiem- 
istry. He is a aicmbet ^ the 
American Chemical Society. 

The wedding will take place in 
Oia^ston, S.C. on $eptenfber 
11. ' . 

local ladies' 
elex:ted 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Four 
local women were elected to 
office at the recent ^esdng erf 
the Tidewater Distrid Qmncil 
of National Accrediteti r{dwer 
Show iud^s. 

Mrs. D. Stormont, Sr. was 
named vice president; MfS. D. C. 
Heath, secretary; Mrs. fe. L. 
Munn, treasurer, and Mb. M. H. 
Todd, corresponding ^cretary. 
They will serve with the {resi- 
dent, ,Mrs. Frank Lukanirai of 
Norfolk. 



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THAI4A — A fashion show 
of hats and wigs, WMnpHroents 
df Rice's of Princess Anne Plaa, 
was one of tfie hijriilig^ts of ttie 
Thalia Garden Oub's Annual 
Installation Dinner, held/ re- 
cemly at Ae Capes at Virginia 
Beach. 

Cocktails and mi»|c by Mrs. 
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tion at this event 

Mrs. J. D. Matthews was in- 
mi)»d as nesidea for her second 
tarn 1^ Mrs. F. E. Blanchard, 
a well known memltor of ttie 
FedenrtJon of Garden Clubs of 
Norfolk and Vicinity, Inc. 

Mrs. H. O, FreemMi recently 
electa as president of the Nm"- 
folk Federation of Garden Qubs 
was installed as first vice-|Mfesi- 
dent, with Mrs. F. L. Leonard, 
recording secretary, Mrs. A. L. 
Sykes, corresponding secretary 
and Mrs. W. C. Moore, treasur- 
er. 

The cliib history was raid by 
Mrs. Freeman and the awnds 
di^ibuted by Mrs. J. R. 0<^. 

Luncheon chainnan, Mrs. E. 
K. Bakes produced a Very 
smooth running enjoyable hin- 
cheon ably assisted by her eo- 
chairman, Mrs. J. W. Fowler, 
and commitlee of Mrs. N. P. 
Amatoi Mrs. D. D. Gb» and 
Mrs. R. S. White. 

Very attiactive figurines with 
antiqued flowers made by^the 
^ »>decoration committee Wps a 
table favor and the very tal^^ 
artist member, Mrs. W. A. El* 
lii^^usen, paiatoi matchii^ de- 



sifn cxivers tm the kutaflation 
^ofram ami pt«:e eu^. 

An honorwe membctAlp wm 
presented to Mrs. Iloy T. Booker, 
one of the or^nd chamr mem- 
bers, by Mrs. M. M. Bateman. 

The stylist for the wig fash- 
i<ms was Gerald Farrcnte of 
Reid Merrith Living Wigs of 
New York City and former 
Hollywood Hair Stylist. 

Wig modeli, Mrs. EHinf- 
hausen, Mrs. D. G. Wiseman, 
and Mrs. R. A. Ellis wore thcw 
wigs with flair. 

Hat models wtte attractively 
worn by Mrs, D. F. I>iggan, 
Mrs. L. L. Kee, Mrs. H. W. 
Noles and Mrs. Donald Prytur- 
tak. wjth commentary by Mrs. 
Fowkr. 

In the aniitk; arrangement 
class, first prize was awarded to 
Mrs. D. D. GofI and second to 
Mrs. J. <R. Goff. 

In the h<Hrticulture class, first 
award to Mrs. D. Q. Goff and 
aecond to Mrs. Freeman. 

Mrs. Matthews was present- 
ed with a pair of silver candel- 
sticks for her able leadership 
during the past year, 

Mrs. Matthews announced the 
following slate of committee 
chairman for the 196S-66 year: 

Beautification, Mrs. Fpwler; 
budget, Mrs. R. J. Steinhilder; 
conservation and birds, Mrs. 
D. G. Wiseman; garden therapy, 
Mrs. Eakes; horticulture. Mrs. 
D. D. Goff; hospitality' Mrs. 
Craig, Jr., second vice president; 
Mrs. J. R. Goff; librarian, Mrs. 
R. S. White; Ikterbug, Mrs. 
Fowler; membership, Mrs. Kee; 
plam exchange, Mrs. W. H. 
Stith; program, Mrs. Freeman; 
publicity, Mrs. D. S. Williard; 
scrap bookt Mrs. Ellinghausen; 
scouts, Mrs. H. . N. Gladden; 
sunshine, Mrs. C. L. Halstead; 
telephone and tickets, Mrs. G. L. 
Wai^ visiting gardens, Mrs. 
Gf8y(len Early; ways and means, 
MrsW'Amato; and year book, 
Mrs. Kee. 

Mrs. E. K. Land won the 
straw hat deviated by Rice's and 
modeled by Mrs. Grayden Eariy. 

A birthdav cake in honor of 
the clubs' 10m Anniversary was 
served. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
B. Noel FaHwell has been in- 
stalled as president of the Cape 
iHenry Woman's Chib durii^ 
ceremonies held recendy at the 
Princess Anne Country Club. 
Mrs. Cecil H. Reed, an honorary 
member, was the installing offi- 
cer. 

Selected to serve with Mrs. 
Fallwell for the 1965-66 season 
were Mrs. George Webber, first 
vice president; Mrs. James L. 
Craig, Jr., second vice president; 
Mrs. Paul Chevalier, third vice 
president; Mrs.iEarlW. Lear- 
nard, recording secretary; Mrs. 

A. J. Chewning, III, treasurer; 
Mrs. R. L. Counselman, cones- 
ponding sepretary; Mrs. Arthur 

B. James, historian; Mrs, V. A. 
Etheridge, parliameinariin; and 
Mrs. T. H. FaHwell, chaplain. 



ST. NICHOLAS 
WOMAN'S ^LUB 

KINGS GRANT — St. Nicho- 
las Woman's Club of Virginia 
Beach installed the recently 
clwted new officers for the 
coming year at die installation 
meeting held Tuesday evening at 
the King's Grant Civic Building. 

The new officers installed 
were Mrs. Theodore C. Langs, 
president; Mrs. Arthur Galla^- 
cr, vice president; Mrs. Alford 
Wells, recording secretary; Mrs. 
James D. Henry, corresponding 
secretary; and Mrs. James Quinn, 
treasurer. - 



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When newcomers move to 
town, our HostMS greets them, 
and extends a welcome, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic-minded spon- 
sors. 

NEWCOMBS ORSnNG 
Mft. Mirgeret Lowman 



CUII to rffht) Joo Staalay, Mr*. Cornor Homm, Caraor Houso, Earl Slattam. Mra« Earl Sl»tta«i 
aa4 Mra. i— Staalay, Virgiaia National Baak offieon at tho Capo Coloay Clab. 




Marrhi Cathrall, EiL B«Hn«i Dr. Albort Diehsoa, Mrs. EAt Burkat, Mra. AlbaH Diehara, H^. 
-JIarvia CathvaU aadi im hackfraaadl Sylvia Arwood aad Grayaoa WhitabarsI at tha Capaa. 



Saturday n^t with all dubs 
in fuH swaig it was hard to de- 
cide which clubs to pick. First 
of all we started with the Cava- 
lier Beach and Cabana Club, 
with the weather chilly and thei 
dancing outside, i^e f^ople were 
slow moving and we were riiout 
to freeze. Leaving the Cabana 
Club we went to the Cape 
Colony; the band under the name 
of Al Runajdue had things swing- 
ing so we linger^ for awhile. 
On entering Uk t^tlromn the 
first thing that cau^ the eye 
was thfedanccrs. (^ of the many 
couples* dancing were: Jay 
Bwwcr and Mra. I. S. Ctane 
whose dancing was so well per- 
formed that they were outstand- 
ing. Having dinner were: Mr. & 
Mrs. R. W. Mason, Mr. A Mrs. 
R. Goiokifi. Mr. & Mrs. R. C. 
Mitchell, Mr. & Mrs. Jamas C. 
Borror and Mr. & Mrs. Wynd- 
ham C. Brown. 

Having waiters to serve drinks 
in the dinning room we couldn't 
understand why the men kept 



leaving ^ room to go in the 
bar. Oiroslty beii^ the better 

Eart of a, woman I decided toi 
ave a look and much to my 
amazement I found aH eyes glued 
to the Scopitone. In case yo^ 
don't know what a Scopitone is 
I shall try to explain, ^t is k 
record player that has pictures 
aix>ve in color perf<nining to die 
playing of the record. Take H 
from this reporter you will fiiKl 
them both interesting and some 
iitws real wild. Seated watching 
mese performances were: Mr. ft 
Mrs. Lcroy Pearson. Mr. & Mrs. 
Bod TnnrtaU, Mrs. Fo< c litttche- 
son, and Ih*. E. Myer. 

« Others seen at the dub were: 
Mr. A Mrs. R. SofieM, Mr. & 
Mrs. R. T. (^Wh Mr. ft Mia^ 
J. A. Diiiicaii,vi^ ft Mrs. V. K. 
Alnmnd, Jr., Mr. ft Mrs. Gcoife 
Dwiica, Mr. ft Mrs. F. A. ^> 
tried* Mr. ft Mrs. Joe Stanley, 
Mr. ft Mn. G»Bcr Hoom atid 
Mr. & Mrs. Eari SlaMmn. 

When we were preparing to 
leave the club I overheard Mrs. 



Cavafier Jr. Women's Club 





Picturad at the Capo C«rioay Club aro tho now and paat 
proaidoBta of tho Cavalior Jr. Wmaan'a Clvb. (loft to rislU) Mra. 
Waltor Harpar, ontcoiac praaidont; Mra. E. G. MidMloton, Jr., 
ehartor maiabor and paat praaidonti and Mra. C. B. Dowo, Jr.^ 
iaeaaiiBf praaidaat. (Phota by SiaaaiMu) 



Jay Baaaar and 
Clara daa^ag at 
Colony. 

Slairiay, Mrs* H^we fmd 
Sh^wi say they cxHiMn^ 
up with the whereabouts 
husbands. Did you look W 
bar room for tiiem? 

Next ^op was the Cta0 
Jadi J«iAt^ ^Mvlet had ev 
one really participating In 
fun. The ballroom was full^ 
it seemed as though every^ 
knew each c^er. Dr. T' 
Jnrett was table hoppii^ 
for a whHe at eadi taU^. 
moving on ^ the m)^ taM^ 
dravson WMlelnnat, m ^ii 
Sylvia Arwood who was h(%k 
me for ■tfie ni^, grabbedflR 
and <rff they wmt to dafl^;! 
can's say that I blame hi«,%b" 
did look so pretty. ni / , 

^ated at sonK of the ^1^ 
were: Mr. ft Mrs. Carl N<MMf» 
ko, Mr. ft Mn. A. J. Ftecondo 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert HwALctt. Dr. 
& Mrs. Chwks Nefvton of tOA' 
mond, Mr. ft IVfts. Boh T lWwu h 
son, Mr. ft Mrs. Uovd PcM 
Mr. ft Mrs. EdwiA Brodi^pr. 
Sk Mrs. Stairiev R^Nns, Mi., Jk 
Mrs. Ain^ Owemi, Mr. ft Wtf. 
Ruck Tayloe, Mx. ft Mrs. Vm^ , 
tin, Mr. ft Mrs* Mxlbat Htpsm^ 
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Cn^jp^qpar, 
Mr. ft Mrs. Ben Ditto, Mr. A 
Mrs. Don Letiis, Mr. Lcdkt k 
the president erf the PkxhM^' 
Yacht Club, Mr. ft Mrfc IVd* 
Brown, Mr. . ft Mn, L. O. 
BraiKh, Dr. ft MM. JMi^! X*. 
UHe, Dr. ft ^hs. E. W. 
and Mr. ft W%, Wn 
Jr. 

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plan to rua OMwe {^utm «■ #» 
above cliAa and aot tMdto 10 
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r|K}nth$ that we 4iave been 
>e3rl*l$. We ha>^ ^en walf- 
ir^ to^wrtte ^ft dne. Wfl vdtrttM fO take 
l*lkMi k>ok arourid an^ we wanted to 
j(i ammunition ip stave off 
hritlfcism of this iltorlal. Wb 
haVe ^^'%aWe<J until the tourist season 
Q^n^ ^ t|iat 1^ ihen4iy ^ple who 
{^We Bere'^fidi summir andlh^ who 
$m rt©w' thir J%ar cc^ see how $omt,,pf 

so many others, pn one of the 
fubjecrfs we hf^ fver 
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Of IK^UQR |y 

t Of yj|GipA 

iri not th 
, , , , . , are' not s>f»- 

ll^^ng the problem as a who|e; They art 
^$|, n<^ m l^yer isf liquor. M^at #iey fal" 
fOT^^ehe^Is thiif #w| Uho) lijuor li 
«lrNKly^\^i#» us en<| Has h^b«n f<» rfiany 
^^.*T|§y r^t and rave 4rtd fl#ll their 
Ih |dK| about fhe >vi(| of 
n% |l5t ^nnbt see rfit Ijrig 
. ^ ,^_ _ buffkie tfie AtC sfores fw 
the purchase of bptlle after bottle. All 
^r ranting and raving and flatting ^bout 
t^ r# and is not gS^g to c^reaie the 
l^tft of l^e«s ilhef. 

■fi) our .w«y of thinking, it U «„crylfig 
iheflne Jhat a perKUi must buy «l iMHfrc 

fbb to purchne 

I, nwfel or're^i^ 

as a passdnger 

P iiies i(||^i[f crowded roads, 

Invifat/on to violatlom of the ABC 






a M loon on every 
ta rfrlq control of the 



m of ^rir/ks ' at rasp^able selected 



places where m^ls are served, and we 
. favor the rahtrof by the aMiady piibN^n 
methods of ^e Virginia Akxiholic Beverage 
only way <5f handling tie situatioh, at 
onyy ^^ of handlir^ ml situation, at 
least unttl anothe)- way can 'be devised. 

The ecortomy of ^ S^tipi of Virginia 
woulci flourish under su^ f »yH#m, and 
the economy of Virginia Seach would cer- 
tainly not suffer from ll. 'Wbre and more 
tourists and conventioners would come 
here if they'coulcj have a sociable drVnk be- 
fore dinner without 'having to gulp It <i>wn 
in ^e jirivacy of theli* ^wn ro<A1iii. the tax. 
revenute to' the City and Sta^ would do 
mudi for the further development of our 
ovvn resort aVea, as weflf as ^ entire City. 

We a^airf emphasis that*these are oUr 

owri vRlws, and we are*fully aware of 

dpf^slng views. All we can ask Is a pro- 

g^esslvlioutlook on the subject. We are not 

aven c»f4ain that. If a referendum were to 

^held tomorrow on the sale of liquor by 

TO drink In Vltalnla Beach, that It wOultf 

be approved, fiut we w6uld like to have 

the Hght to kno^. ^a woukJ like to lie 

f(i« n*(t session of ^a General Assempy 

p^senabllfVg legislation ifrat vwsuld alfOw 

l6eirtifiW to hold a referendum on fH^ 

questloi. AH such laglslation h^ fallad in' 

thf pa^t, fer 6rle rea^n cw anothe^. iBiit 

thiy have not fought liquor by the drink. 

They have <^posecr1lquor. Again they have 

failed to recognize that the sale of liquor 

Is aliiady being done and that it' Is quite 

legal. 

W# definitely favor th6 safe of liquor by 
the drink at Virginia Beach, and we hope 
that all the cltiz^s of this City will soon 
have the right to vote on the matter, to 
settle It once and for all. 

And one more point. The Managing 
Editor does not drirlk. AT ALL. 





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tiie City of Virgina Beach more than 1,5(X) to 
ig men and women, ages 16 through 21, will be? | 



"WPt^msfW^MXdciA oi the United ^tei has »lled upoa 
all Federal and State aod local GovenuiMUi »$imim and de- 
partmenls and all private employers throuf^Kwf the natton to 
oot^nite id pfovidii^ summer employment oppoftunitks tor 
tte two miNion yCNii^ Americans lea\4ng school thto mooth; 
and 

WHfiRfiAS, in 

2,000 youna men and women, ages .- ^^ _, 

Mekfhg woif experience in the suihmef months; and 

WHEREA^ the youth of this nation and of the Oty of VHqgWa 
Beac^ (X)nstttutc our future piomi^s, hopes aikl aspirat^^ 
and represent our greatest resource; and 

WHEREAS; thne young p^le vitally need assuraD<% that the 
future <A the country, in which they have such an impcMtant 
s^e, is bfi^t with promise and opportunity; and - 

WHEREAS, the early work experience and trainiag that youi^ 
people acquire during their formative years at summer fobt 
help to shape all their future habits; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Frank A. Dusch, Mayor of the City of 
Virginia Beach do hereby declare and proclaim tiw Month of 

^ Jurtc, 1965, YOUTH OPPORTUNJTY MONTH, and en- 
courage all private citizens to join with me in developing 
every possible additional work and training oppcHtunity tiiia 
summer for these y<Mn| Americans who rtpresent our city's 
future citizens and leaders. 

fRANK A. DUSCH ^ 

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Chi behatf of the Virginia 
Beach Civlc^orus may I make 
pubik apo*c^ to' two Virginia 
Beach firlfi^'which were omitted 
dn tlK cct^ page of the program 
of "Show Boat". 

Tire cooperation and contribu- 
tions of the Virginia Befdi Skm 
and of Boice Studio were in- 
valuable to the success of the 
show in the publicity depart- 
ment, and in the case of Boice 
Stifdio, in the comfil'mg of the 
programft.„ ' * 

TTie Ch<»r8S airf Hie RfAary 
Club wish to thank Mr Dyer 
ajid Mr Boice of Boice photo- 
graphers for their generous sacri- 
fices of }ime and d^ort, and Mr. 
Lowenthal and Mrs. niilli^^ of 
the Sun for tiieir hige boosts to 



^Summer Employment 

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i City^f Virginia^ Beack for the summer and tee paid for it. Again — The City's Afterschool Piay 
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There are in the 
literally hundreds of-Mg'h sdhcx)! and col- we emphasize that most'"merChants inMie 



our publicity^ 
Sincerely, 

Virginia Beach Civic Choruf 
Mrs. Frank B. Br^ • 
Secretary . f' 



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Gentlemen: 

T^ men^rs of thQ^idewater 
Hospitals Council voted unani- 
mously diat an expression ol ^ 
their gratUude be conveyed-^ J 
you for your wonderful coopera* 
tion and assistance during Na> :>, 
tional Hospital Week. •* 

Your sincere cooperation was ' 
unprecedented. The mcmben 
of the Council extend theif r 
heartfelt ihanks to you and you^ ] 
staff for assisting in presentin|'^ 
the hospital message to th«^ 
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lege students who have nothing to do for 
t*ie summer months. There are many who 
have managed to (^tain jc^s for the sum- 
mer, but fhe majority have not been afele 
to find a job. There are at least two reasons 
for this. 6ne Is that #iey have not looked 
for a job, and are content to ^3onge on 
their parents during the summer just as 



resort area are not guilty of this, but there 
are some who definitely ar#. 

On the other hand, we offer a little, 
advice to those s|ud€nts who complain that 
a job is unavaifable. Stop griping about the 
situation, and do something about it. There 
is plenty to be done right at home, like 



PUfH^lon Is EYtrybody'^ Job 




[ ^^k, w^ if$ijfd o\x warm welcome 
*« '^H Irid M> tf» touHit teeson. 
wj I it niw is i\M swing, and the 
f^^ fTQ J^ring in by the busload and 
Gi$»|il, 1rn<n? las} weekend is ^ny indica- 
*Hi It fe^ng to be a good tourist season 
Tlh^ we ansi n*ore than happy to see. 

Unfortunately there are others who 
wekpme the tourist season, as well. They 
%« me amateur and professional thieves 
^ con men who flock to a resort to bilk 
^ unaware tourist out of his money and 
pl^f^ions while he is having a good time. 
U^ i^ fM-esent the image of Virginia 
8ea^ as a "den of orlme and criminals", 
|rtu$expfain„ 

The tourist is an unsuspecting target in 
any r^ortor at any tourisf%#acflori, 
simply because of the concentration of 
humanity. There are those who Hve out- 
side the law lost waiting to find those 
tourists gullible enough to succumb. They 
lie^ Wait like the snakes they are wafting 
foflnd tf\ automobile unlocked Ind with 
ya^bles inside in plain sight. They cpn- 
Sfolf this an Invitation to steal; Ttiey roam 
the beaches waiting to find a blanket or 
attended while the tourist Is Iwlm- 
ming. Radios, watch», ringis, money and 
oflicir jSossessions havis a ha^ft of dlsap- 
oe'a1Nn|| 'at this time. Thieves find their way 
hotels and motels to find an uhlocked 
a room full of mat^§| wealth, 
rmd a way to '^ash" a party, In 
.<«r to file away for future reference 
>A^e v<(luabt^ ar^ ^eptJ Sn short, they 
flourish only because the tourists are not 
.,-,,f ,' enough. 

'St gpiod comnr>on sense to lock an 

fte Jnyv»?here, and hot to leave 

^le^'in It. It !s just good commofS 

vaf'|u«|ples or keys to a 

-tci r9om! on the beach while 

*^m^j|fn«», of bcMtte, this is 

Mrbvf at ^u<tlf' t|m|s, ^ 

d War should be "kept 



upon one's own place In the sun. It is 
just good common sense to lock t^oteland 
motel rooms, either while one is inside or 
outside. An unlocked door is an open invi- 
tation to almost anything. Inviting new, 
"just met" acquaintances to a party or rK>t 
knowing all the guests there can be dan- 
gerous moves. A short time later, the 
tourist may find his key stolen or even 
worse, that his possessions have been re- 
moved. . * 

Another dangerous practice is talking 
to strangers on the baach. That pleasant 
man or woman may find occasion to see a 
roorn number on a k^ qr fyen "borrpw" 
that key. ^ confel|3riiite <i^M* easily find 
a way Into ^e tourlsVs room while nice 
ccHivarsation with a stranger continues on 
the beach. 

Tha C4«|s that Wf hava cited are not 
"puINk^ f»^ ou^ irtfiaglhatlon". THeV: ire 
just a few exMhples ^ cases already on 
record in th«» past, ft is a pity ttiat there 
ai% those In qut sodlfty who make their 
dishonest living this way, byt. it Is true. 

The Police D^artment of \^rglnia Beach 
do#$ its dead l^^l best to keep these in- 
clderits from happenlrtg. It hires additional 
goliosmen during ^tfie tourist season. It 
T»$fy up" its entire scope of activities. 
Aftt^ the Police Ctepermnpf ctees an excel- 
lent job of previrttlng crime, as well as 
tr^ckiiig do^A^n 'crimtiif|s. The rea>rd Is, In 
fijtf, exceptional, 1^ this Is not always 
#iough. The addl(i6rial job of protecting 
Ona's own valuable possessions Is entirely 
up to the good comnidn sense of the 
tourist. 

We like to have fhe tourists with us 
year after year IrV ^r-increasing num- 
bers, and we c^ n^^^^wi them to leave us 
with the wror^p imprison, after a alme 
hafs been cbmrtiltteff^tHst #ilfri. We ^11 
do our best to prevent these crimes, but 
wa c^ri't c|& it al|; N^mu^t have your halp 
If you are to enjoy your stay: 



they do in the winter. But, by far, the other mowing the lawn, washing" the car, learn- 

reason ii more* predominant. They cannot ing to cook or sew, helping some charitable 

find a job. Even in sudh a large and grow- institution; or catching up on sOme good 

ing city as Virginia Beach, there is a reading. And fhere is also the possibility 

general lack of summer part-time employ- of creating a job. There are always such 

ment. We are not criticizing the majority things needed as a neighborhood nursery 

of merchants and businessmen for not school, baby-sitting, and the like- 



ground program will terminate 
for another school year. The 
program supported 16 different 
Jriaygrdund «tes this year, and 
averaged m<*e than 900 parti- 
cipants daily. Uis figure, in it- 
self, h interesting since the pro- 
gram is conducted only out of 
doors and on inclement weather 
days the playground doicsn'*t 
open. 



Sincerely, 

Tidewater Hospital Council 

G. W. DcHaven 

Secretary-Treasurer 



POCAWWTAS yiLLAGf ^, 
GARDEN CLUB l' 




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hiring students during the summep, 
some we do criticize. 

^Inthii^^ city there are few large-scale 
industries which hire part-time woAars on 
a seasonal basis. This is indeed unfortunate, 
and is a problem that will be ri^ified In 
the future as the area grows industrially. 
But it is a shame fhat so mal^y young 
workers are hired from outside Vitginia 
Beach and from outside the Stafe of Vir- 
ginia during the summer, particularly to 
work at some establishments in the resort 
area.^ We feel that it is important to the 
economy of the city to hire our bwn, ahd 

not look elsewhere. And we feel that it ^....^ .«„„*^, „.« „„^^,. 

is just good business to hire persons from tance of hiring Virginia Beach students 
Virginia Beach instead of those who are After all, they are the business commuhity 
|ust looking for a reason to be at a resort of tomorrow 

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• As You Laave These Ivy ^over^^ WaHs . . . 

"As you leave these ivy covered walls, 



It is evident that many of the, students 
who say they cannot find a fob for the 
sunimer are the ones that have not looked 
very far; those who expect to. be paid 
executive wages,- those who dp not like 
hard work; those who would not work 
everi if they vyare employed; or those who 
are just downright lazy, 

$0 It works b6th ways. There are always 
two sides' to evsi-y story. Perhaps this one 
is just a shade more weighted on fhe lack 
of opportunities. However we fef I certain 
that more opportunities wMI be available 



A variety of activities were enJ* 
joyed by all participants, rang- 
ing from team sports (with intra- 
inural leagues) to individual ac- 
tivities and fitness promotion. 

Bill Garrison, director of thfc 
playgrounds, termed the program 
a sort of laboratory, in which 
actiN^ties learned and enjoyed 
during the daily Physical Educa- 
tion program, were pursued fur- 
ther in the afternoon under tHb 
direction of ^ paid supervisor. 



POCAHONTAS VJLI 

■— N^. J. E. Davis wjii 
as president of the Pdbiibittu 
Village Garden Qub at tiie an- : 
nual luncheon held receiijy af , 
the White Herdfc. Mrs. AMist / 
H. Culpepper was the instaffing * 
officer. ' 

Also installed were Mrs. C. 
W. McAllen, first vice president; ■. 
Mrs. Andrew Johnson, Jr., sec- 
ond vice president; Mrs. D. V. - 
Barrios, rcconding secretary; . 
Mrs. B. T. McCullough, cor- 
responding secretary; Mrs. W. " 
C. iRiter, treasurer; and Mrs. 
J. D. MacLeod, historian. 

Sw^pstakes awards for the 
year were presented to Mrs. Ife- "~" 
vis in the artistic category and 
to Nfs. C. r^. Tucker foi» horti- 
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and enter into the grim reality of life.. . . 
We Wonder how many comnrencement 
speeches have opened with thoke words. 
And," Commencement is not an enSing, 
but a beginning . . ." That pretty fihris*,has 
managed to find Its way into njany 'a 
commencement speech. Although' both 
phrases have been overused, truer words 
have never been spoken. 

Many colleges |iaye already held com- 
mencement exercises this year, dthers and 



ready created. They muft leave the qom- 
fort ajrid shelter of the ivy covered walls 
an^l fhake a better plat^ln whicli to live. 
They can do it. Their education far exceeds 
what we received. Ch^^nges come about 
so fasf today that -the older genieration 
cannot keep Up with the aducatlonal pro- 
cess, Although we can offfer the benefit of 
our e:lperience. So we- need these newly 
arrived refugees from, the ivy covered 
walls. > 

Comrpencement is an ending to formal 



high ^hools wil] bold theirs wltf^in a few educatibn, but it. is the b^inning of 



days-. Sg|^cferily we have in 4ur midst 
thousands of nAw graduates entering into 
the KWi:t|allty of life. Whist kfrd of life 
it vvnTbe is not entirely up fo tf^m. Mu<S 
of tfteir future life has already $^n 
planned in advance by the statrfof affairs 
In the world tOciay. It is not fen|irf|y a 
bleak picture. There are many brfgiV footf I 
Although trouble spots seem t4 iy^lop 



learning process that can onjy be served 
b^t when actuf I schooling 1s over. 

^hf f^re'SA^fe*chlJltehge you, your grad- 
uates, Y!^^® tht iyy covered walls-and 
entfr ini»^grim realty of life'. : . to look 
upon yoiir c^nimencement as |^ real b^in- 
nlTjg. Hc^ever^grtm It may appe§r It times 
to have ftuc|v>e$pon§iblll>y; however diffi- 
cult It nrSy be' to cut ill tj^s With fcar|free 



vy^th aternliftg^regorarlty, fant^tic-iclen- days; and jvjwevee difficult jt will bl for 

tific feats almost counterbalance fhem! Jg^ v^ln fhf ye^rto co;rMi, wi walcO you 

I ^T Wfil^ ^^^^ *^*nff W«"9 '"to our rnU^ih and we offer you our^elp 

graduates WOlt live in ^f wTTlaVe''^ afi^ bi^t^f^ei'ft^^accfeili ^^ ^'"^ 



ByLT.EARLBT.HAlE 

NAS OCEANA 

UT^WTY SQUADRoS FOUR 

Th !El?Ti 1.4 Iff fff ON COMMUNISM 

The nfc^t ^rAal m Vi#^s*fc|alitarianism the world lus ever 



as Virginia Beach continues tp grow kid^.- ''"*>^ "^%A« 4flJ vi4WWalitarianism the world las ever 
the business comrnunlty realizes the Impor- ^S w?r nT£f rl^I^-'.^*''^ allied victory in thcleowid 



Wortd War. Bat deipffe the tr^gft Imrotmc and the »cat suf- 
terin|, tftis tremendous effort of the fteedom s^kini iSbrtelw 
t^V'^'f^fT^y- Totalltariani^w^ s^^SSS^r 
than weakened |)y the war and it wigns. af thisval^omteai^l 
over die vwrld under a new staiktti3icOMMl%>i:T^ . 
Comrriunism is the greatest s^nale tii^eat to Mlta free<k)m 
SJ^iS^u n"'*.- I*«"»<ioxicaUyT promises t^^Sr 
in^rt^T"^ '^^"' ^""f^ In ft/nil(5 States c^liSJ' 

?hl^ r.li""^" ^'^''y ^'" «°y ^^'^ totaUtaiian sis. tS 
Uieary df Cdihrtiunism is so riddled with philosortii^ IHclS fee 
P^ftice so completely cart,du|lagcd by^this spWfoi^rtilSSy 
^a milhons of peoples arfc wtfojlv dLived. SStlffsS^uX 
reahty notog more- than totalitar&ni feheme J^WMl 12 
mentation of the human existoKe *«^^u.i i^ 

imttes Slates, A than is free on the inside because he has a soul 

io^^A'^nd fh^.? Tf ^^t^' r ^^^^ ^P^y°^ h^ve ftSe- 
aom A pencil has no freedom, ice has no fn^m to be warm 

ftreTias Ab freedom to be cold. You begin to h^f^dL 3 

whcg you have something bnmaterial or^pirituri^ ^^ 

The S^inK^Snf "'L*'^' '**'?* ^''*^™^» g""«^«n^ of itself. 
The exti^rna guarantee of human freedom is propertF A m«j i^ 
free jn the .nside because he can call his soul Km- hJs^(S 
on tha outside becauK he can call somctiiioK^^eJ^s Ws ow^ 
Therejjre, pnvate property U the econonll^^^o?1,S 

SUPPOSE now you concoct a system in which vou wart to 
pc^sess man totally. On what conduits can ^u |^ f^Sto 
sy^em so that man heloiip > you wmpletely'' ^wuhaS 
to deny spint; two, you have to deny proper^ ^' ^ "^ * 

i«.u2f .?' w^. **** ««*»*« of God and" private wopcrtv are 
both iterfled simtoltaaeoiisly by communism. If a ibmi hS to swL 
he cannot a L^e that he has any relationlip wkh fnwnc outeirl 
tile state, f |« has no prop«ty, h* Is de'pencfcnt S Ae^ 
Z^M' *;•' ^"^i ^""^"^^ Therefore, *Se deni^f^ ^1S 



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NORFOLK — Mri. Robert 
D. PuUy hu b^n irata^d R«- 
um. (d Sarah Contuat QiaMer 
Da^itoii (rf the American Rev- 
<rfuti^ at a dinner meeting held 
at &«Mv^r's RetUurant on May 
26. Mrs. Pully U a charter mem- 
ber of her chapter, which was 
organi^d in 19S6, aiKi has heid 
Mvotf important posu m Sarah 
Caa^M Chapter. She is ti» 
mopriettn- <A tfie Evelyn Ott 
Schfxri of Dance, and is a recog- 
nized auth<Mity in her fwid of 
work. 

Mrs. WUliam V. Ty^, 
hononry state regent, past vice- 
{Xtsidait general, past registrar 
^^srri &l the Nati<xial &K;iety 
DAR, jmtiilled the officers for 
a duee yea^ term, and was gu^t 
sp(»ker f<» the occaskio. Mrs. 
1^i»s spokt <m DA/R c^jectives, 
stressing national defense and 
^ society's [Nktriotic. historical 
and educational work. 

Olina (rftkers insuHed were: 
Mrs. Th<Mnas H. Forrester, vice- 
regmt; MiSt T. Edwin Grimriey, 
recording secretary; Mrs. J. 
Edward Johnson, corresponding 
secretary; Mrs. Harry K. Crosby, 
treasurer; Mrs. Vivian L. Ott; 
registrar; Mrs. Alkn R. Th<Mnp- 
aoo, historian; Mn. Byron D. 
Brooks, librarian; and Mn. 
Elizabeth Beaman Wells, chap- 



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rary viM-regait is out of the 
country temporarily, and could 
KH attend. 

Mrs. Elizabctfi Beaman Wells, 
immediate past regent ct the 
chapter, has recently been elc«t- 
»J State corresponding secretary 
of the Virginia Dau^ten DAR. 
iltt presi<fed at the meeting and 
was awarded a past rent's pin 
by ha chapter. 

Mrs. J<AiMon, national de- 
fease chairman of the chapter, 
h^ arran^ an interesting dis- 
may of NaticMial Defense litera- 
ture, wbidi was distribu^. 



KELLAM RICH 
GRADUATION SEX 

PRINCESS ANNE -^ Miss 
Linda Atherton has been an- 
nouncjMi as valedictorian of Kel- 
1am rtigh School's first graduat- 
ii^ class. Saldtatorian is Ray- 
mond Charles Sweet. 

Graduation will be held June 
1 1 at 8 p.m. in the Kellam Stad- 
ium. Rep. Thomas N. Downing 
wrH be the principal speaker; 
Jefferson Davis, principle of 
Kellam, will address the senior 
class and present some 176 di- 
iriomas. Scholarships, both scho- 
lastic and athletic, will be an- 
nounced. 

The baccalaureate service will 
bd hMd Sunday at 2 p.m. in the 
school auditorium. Speaker for 
the service will be Rev. J. Elmer 
Medley, pastor of the Prince of 
Peace Lutherine Church in Kings 
Grant. 

t^, F.B.I. ELECTS 

THALIA — Officers of the 
Future Business Leaders of 
America of PrincesI Aims High 
School were elected to ^rve vx 
the 1965-66 school year lU the 
Senior Tea held in 4h{ Hone 
feoonimics rececntly/ * *^''%; 

Margaret Kern was sel^ted as 
praiident; Nancy Austin, vice 
president; Kathy Brinkley, sec- 
retary; Nora Fulcher, treasurer; 
Renee Haycten, reports, Bar- 
bara Thomas, hbtorian; Rdse 
Boettcher, parltamentamn|^^ i^ 
Qieryl Roup, chaplain." " 



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SEABOARD SCHEDULES JULY OpiNINe 



Second Front with 3 c<rf cut — 

NORFOLK — Seaboard Citi- 
zras National Band will activate 
its second Virginia Beach office 
by July of this year, it was an- 
nounced today by James R. 
Land, Senior Vice President and 
Cashier and director tA the bank's 
construction program. 

An existing building in the 
Hilltop section, near tiie north- 
west corner of Laskin Road and 
First Colonial Rad, is being con- 
verted to temporary banking 
quarters. At a future date, the 
permanent structure will be 
erected on the site, which has a 
frontage of 320 feet m Laskin 
Road and a depth <A 191 fe^ 
on First Colonial 

ne «xact date of the opening 
will ^ determinicd by ttie pro- 
gress of remodeling and the 
avaUabttitu>| |quipment for the 
buildhig. * 

Seaboard Gtizens received ap- 



W^nEVMVMH Bmb 

VIRGINIA BEACH — fhs 
Tigers defeated the Sports 12 to 

2 in the Virginia Beach American 
Little League double-deader last 
week and^n the secrad game the 
€U^ fey fo die Rotarians 9 to 2. 

Winning pitcher for the Tigers 
was Mlk« Martin, who struck 
out 11 boys and drove in tWo 
runs in the 5th with a double. 
Doug Hardin doubled in the first 
to bring in tfie first two runs of 
the game and Larry Givik, on 
base with a double in the 4th, 
scored on Jimmy Finley'? double. 

Richard Lacatura was losing 
pitcher for the Spotts. Billy 
Morecock doubled in the 4tti 
to bring in the Sports' first run 
and the second «:ore came in the 
6th on a hard hit by Charles 
Griffin. 

The Tigers had 12 runs on 10 
hits and no errors. The Sports 
made 2 runs on 3 hits and had 

3 errors. 

John Givik was winning pitch- 
er for the Rotarians, striking out 
13 boys, and brought in two 
runs with douMes in the first 
and the 5th. Losing , pitcher 
Gray Hod^(H) doubted for the 
CiH>s in the 4th. 

The Rotarians chalked up 9 
runs on 4 hits with one error. 
The Cubs had 2 runs on 3 hits 
and 3 errors.'' 



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Michael A. LaGiglia, w^ 



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'Loud Red Patrick* 



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•The Loud Red Patrick" by Jo|m BtfA^ff, whfch opra»iJ ' 
Monday night at Wedgewood Dinner T)nitm^ just north c*'' 
Williamsburg, is billed as a family canedy. And that it is. It^fe '• 
a roaring comedy about a first generation Irish-Ameaican {am%, 
and the entire family can enjoy the production. '' ,.^ 

Hie play, which takes place in Ae home of Patrick Flann^^ 

to iihis outstanding producty» '^ 



during the sunrraier of 1912, con 
cems itself wiUi Patrick, his 
four dau^ters, ranging in a^ 
from 7 to 17, an old famUy 
friend, the housekeeper, and a 
suitCM- for Patrick's oldest dau^-' 
ter. The blustering Patrick, who 
turns red in the face at the drop 
(rf a hat, has firm convictions on 
alm<»t every subject, esp^iaHy 
where his (hunters are c<h)> 
earned. He is a self-made man 
who wants to give his daughtars 
the things he never had, including 
a college education. But his eld- 
e^, Mag^e is mwe interested 
in marryuig the inij^pie^jdimtly 
wealthy gas ^mpanym^. titan 
the is in furthering her education. 
Hiis cauMs a proUem, since 
Patrick is at odds witii the non- 
progressive views of the gas com- 
pany toward the coming of the 
electric light. The democratic 
princi|xles upon w4iich this coun- 
try, the Flannigan family and this 
play are founded, all add up t6 a 
very funny and sentimental even- 
ing in the theatre 



founders of the dinner th^tre. 



has the audience with him, 
whether he is blustering or being 
a sentimental father. As the 
quick-tempered Irishman, or as 
the father resigned to accepting 
his fate, Iddinp portrays a re- 
markable character to the hilt. 
The family friend, Mr. Finnegan, 
played to perfection by Frank 
Stwoba, is a foil through most 
of the action, but even he rises 
to the situation. Finnegan, who 
has bwn known to tipple just a 
bit, has his own romantic prob- 
lems through most of the play, 
but «rves to bring the action to 
its happy (xtnclusipn through his 
own mercenary aims. Sta^a's 
facial expressions, his movements 
and his outstanding diction and 
Irish accent add the final touch 



The eldest Flannlpn daugMtf, f* 
Kathey Bush, is a brcatfi of eW * * 
Erin. As the ingenue, she is ^- v 
lightful, but when h«r "IriA.ifite 
up**, she is even [nattier rai- » 
more ddi^tful to w«di. Htf*'., 
gas company boy friend, the sh^ ' 
young suitor who is inspired' U^'^' 
greater thinp 1» Patrkk, i^ * 
played by I>avid MoClung. His ^ 
first meeting wi^ I^i^^,' ia a 
scetK fuUoc panos far<ne(rf#us 
hi^ moQients of the prodiM^m. 

Not to be tgopred ar* tte" 
housekeeper, portrayed by Arde» 
StarolM. Atty itmeky^wtiA m^ 
sider ttsdif lortunate to tavt ii 
housekeeper like her. But ^- 
faaps the largest bouquets ^ to 
the younger set. Tli* tftfda " 
youj^BT children are played by * 
Lindsay Powell, Peyton Pow^ 
and Oiristene HamBton. Tluey 
are typicsd kids, but du^MM^' 
TinK>diy Jones hai' iwjlded fii^^'^ 
young actresses into three df tfGr~ 
^-most uninhibited chwacters we 



Paul Iddings, one of fm^iave ever seen. In an ^Ay 



icene there is a "roughhousmg" 



as the Patriarch, Patrick, alwlaj^T)it. The kids reaBy fight. Chi 



opening ni|^, Kka Hamlttd 
spotted a red mailc on theMee-f 
from a tremendous slap, bi^ M't 
did not keep her from tu^ui^, 
in a" sterling performance^' y ' . 
the lovaUe youn^st Fkiu^nl'^,'' 
daughter. Miss MamilttHi, IW;*^ 
ing short of great. ' 'e.iT 

The c<»tumes of the pfl^ 
were executed to perfection %r 
Carolee Silcox, and Paul IdtWJF'! 
set in .a magnificent additicM^tt'^ 
a fine performance. '? b'l- 

"The Loud Red Patrick" wa^- 
play nij^tly except Sunda^^ ai,,^ 
Wedgewood Diiujer TWlrti|^ 
through June 26th. It takegji^'' 
a little owr an hour to get «il#^ 
from Virginia Beadi, aiKl wa^i 
heartily recommend that you j^e 
the time. — HJL 



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Dr. James M. Wolcott and Dr. Fred T. Given, ir. 

announces ifie location of their new offices 

Commonw^lth Building, 4565 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Telephone 497-6169 



Beach Angler Gets Citation 



VIRGINIA BEAOI — Rw 
E. Turman of Vnpnia B^efa 
rwenUy won a citation for land- 
ing a fish digibk for registratkm 
in the V'afpmm &Ut Water Fish- 
ing TtMu-ttowM. 

He caught the 7 pound, 2 
ounce floun<ter in ^e Balto- 
Channel uaiag minndw baK, ac- 
cording to ToumaflMnt Dir»:tor 



Oaude Rogers, n 

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open without, any artiV fee to 
anyone fishing in Viq^ni* wa- 
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(»tch meeting the minimufli 
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VIRGINIA BEACH 

Russell & Holmes fe jm-oic! to announce the opening of a new 
store at the beach, to provide Its many present and future 
custojners with famous name footwear—sold and guaranteed 
by shoe people who are dedicated to professional fitting skills. 

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Agricultiurcil Agent 

By I. R. 'INCK* COCIOini, ML 



Mn. Cook •dvUct as *|vk*^ fri^ atadaat dariBf • couateling 
•Mti*B at Vlnriaia Beach Hlgk Scko^ (B«ic« Photo) 

COUNSELOR PAVES WAY 
INTO HIGH SCHOOL 



VIRGINIA BEACH — This 
is tbe time of year when Mrs. 
Theresa Cook is busiest. While 
continuing her duties as eight 
grade couriseior at Virginia Beach 
Hi^ School, she also under- 
takes speaking engagement at 
various elementary schools to 
prepare sevNKh girders fw 
Ihelr transition into high school. 

Last Friday she spoke to stu- 
denti at Friends School and prior 
to Aat she met with seventh 

fraiiers at Cooke, Linkhom, 
im^vocr) and Sei^ack Elemen- 
t^y &:hods. Each time she ap- 
jMitt at a sdiool she takoi with 
ner an eighth or ninth grader at 
Viiginia i^ach High who grad- 
uatitl {x<m Uie school at v^ioh 
shi is speiddng. ~i: :zi~iz: 

Her discussions with the stu> 
d(^ are to help prepare them 
fofJbA adjustments that must be 
nilm vi4ten they move into the 
hijll^ gtade levd. She also dis- 
tripMes topics of the Teen- 
f^eit GuUe compiled j^ a Vir- 
^^ Beach High School parent- 
st^tapt cMnmittee. The booklet 
anil^rs many questions the 
'^ln>1c>-6e-high schoolers might 
have. 

Mrs. Cocj^c u8uall^'p<Mrti out 
^t (^ o| tile maitf.Jiiti|s » 
new high school student must 
face is working wi^ a number of 
tlacheiY ratfio" than one. ^ 

, "You must adjust your person- 
ality to the personalities of six 
teachers," she tells them, "This 
is 4 j^' ot ■Mowing.*' 

Guidance counselors are a 
vital part of the city's public 
school ^^nr^ Eac^^h schod 
itu a »)innelor ayvlalile at any- 
time dtitrtng the sa^ool day to 
confer with parents or students. 



These sessions may run the 
gamut of ^n-age problems. 

As Mn. Co6k points out, 
"The inquiries a counselor gets 
may vary from 'do you have an 
enwlopc' or 'will you call my 
mother' to 'I'm hawng trouble 
witfi madi, do you have any sug- 
gMticMis?' " No matter what the 
prcrt)lem, the counselor must 
have a suggrated solution and 
plenty of advice. 

Mrs. Cook has worked in 
schools of all sizes, gathering an 
abundance of experience and 
knowledge to equip her for 
counseling work. 

She has a B.S. degree in home 
ec(Miomics from Huntingdon Col- 
lege in Montgomery, Ala., But 
she is continually stpdying and 
learning new techniques in the 
will be better prepared to meet 
field of counseling so ^at she 
whatever needs are brought to 
her attcnticm. ^ _ ,=, :=5fe-„__ 

Teaching is tfie^ chosen pro- 
fession of both Mrs. Cook and 
her hu^and, James. He has been 
an instructor in mechanical draw- 
ing and industrial art at Virginia 
Beach Hig^ School for the {Ktst 
12 years and Mrs. Cook has 
taught English and home eco- 
nomics. 

. They have one daughter, 
Teny, 7, who is a student at 
Cooke Elementary School. One 
of these days she will be sitting 
among those sevsnth graders 
eagerly awaiting the advice of the 
eighth grade counselor, her 
mother. 



'Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brown 
of Westbury Park, Iselin, New 
Jersey were recent house guests 
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Harvey, 
Seeman Road, Birchwood Gar- 
dens. 



ISPEOIAL 

INVITATION TO VIRGINIA BEACH RESIDENTS 

TO VlfIT OUR USED CAR LOT IN NORFOLK 

FOR THE BEST IN USED CAR BUYSI 

HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR MANY GOOD BUYS 



•4 FORD FALCON — « door ••■ 
dan, gleaBaing light blua finish 
with radio, heater, brand new 
white tide wall tiret and atand- 
•rd tranamiMion. $1395 

Jntt like now. 

64 RENAULT DAUPHINE — 
beantifvl rod finich with r«lio, 
hoaUr, white aide wall tire* and 
antoHMttic trantmiaaion. Very 
low mUafO and like $1395 
brand n«w. 

•4 RENAULT CARAVELLE 
COUPE — A new car condition 
used ear. 7,000 actual mile* 
with radio, boater and white 
itd« waU tiro*: $1795 

A boantifnl car. 

FORD GALAXIE 800XL — 2 
door hard top beautiful Tur- 
qiloi*e and white with radio, 
boater, crowsanatic and white 
•ide wall tire*. Sharp $1695 
and roadjr to go. 

PEUGEOT 403 — 4 door •edaa. 
Gleaming dark blue fiilifh with 
radio, heater and white (ide 
wall trie*. Like $1495 

. br*Bd new. 



FORD CUSTOM 300 — 4 doer 
•edan. Light blue finieh with 
radio, heater. •6 and *taadard 
tran*Hii**ioB. Clecjn $1(095 
and roadjr. 

SIMCA ARONDE — 4 door (o- 
dan. A real clean little ga* *avor 
with heater and white $595 
*ide wall tiro* 

TRIUMPH TR-3— Convortiblo. 
Red with white topw A-1 condi- 
tion. Join the *port* car world 
with thia $895 

beautjr. •" 

60 through 64 PEUGEOT 403'* 
and 404'i — Nice selection in 
c<dor* and condition. One of tho 
7 best built car* in the world. 
Price* *tart •• $595 

low a*. 

SO through 64 RENAULT DAU- 
PHINES and R8'* — Fine*t 
(election anywhere. All color* 
and all in axcellent condition. 
Most car* with our famou* 
"diamond value" war- $495 
rantjr. Priced from 




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SUMMER MAINTENANCE IN THE FLOWEft GkXUm 

Now that many homeowiwrs have seen sprii^ ^nvers bom 
bulbs, the decision nas to be mad; as to whether the bulbi i^^U 
be dug early this summer. If you plan to dig them, Act riioidd 
not be removed until the foliage has ripen^ or perhapa died \mk 
to the ground. After you dig the bulbs, they may be i«|llMrted im- 
mediately, or allow them to dry for several days and put th«n m Uk 
aerated bag and store during summer in a C(xA, dry araa. WlMstter 
you dig the bulbs or not depends on how long they ha^ been 
planted and how close together they were planted ori^iudly. la 
most instances the bulbs should be dug and removed betw^a 3 
and S years. It is* desirable, whHe waiting for the fdii^ to die 
down, to remove se^ pods which develop on tulip and muxsttsua 
plants. The r^i^aon for this is that a large quantity <A carboh^lrates 
or food is t^ing used in the devek^ment of aeedf, ntfier than 
going into develo|Mncnt of the bulb for next year's plaMs. 

,>^nother job which needs to be done is to examine ww 
»pring flowering shrubs (forsyythia, flowering quiiKe, aad liu^ 
to determine Aether they have become overgrown or too tkick. 
Now is the time to prune these flowering shni^ immedbMy ^Hm 
flowering. Many homeowners prune in the fall and cut on maA 
season's blooms. If severe (Hvning is n«:essary for fwsytiiia or 
other early sprii^-.fIowering plants, perhaps they have bww pint- 
ed in the wrong locaticm and these should be dug awLinoved to 
another area where they can grow more naturally. 

Also, examine your abelia, crepe myttte, vitex, and evet m iw 
shrubs and prune out ^m which hi^ye died during tiM wu^. 
Light pruning may be dm^ to evergrqtt ^mtbs any tuM throu|^ 
out the year. However, !l Mvvere |Nruning is to be done k AioASt 
be early in the spring -so that, new growth wiH cover umii^y 
stob^ 



Beach Man 
Selected 
Va. Umpire 

RICHMOND — Virginia 
Amateur Softball Association has 
assi^ed two umpires to work in 
major Amateur Softball Asso- 
ciation of America tournaments. 

James Faulkner, 33, of Peters- 
burg, will afficiate in tiie 24th 
Annual Central Atlantic R^ 
gional Women's Fast Pitch Tour- 
nament at Wilmii^on, Dd. 
(Baynard Stadium)^ on August 
6-7-^ 1965. He has had previ- 
ous experience in regicm^r af 
Richmond aiKi Lyiichbuig, va. 
and Philadelphia and WiUiatns- 
port, Pa. 

Lt. Art Singleton, 39, <rf Vir- 
ginia Beach, has two major as- 
signments. He will umpire in the 
24th Annual Central A^uj^ 
Regional Men's Fast Ptteh Tour- 
nament at Washington, D.C. 
(Guy Mason Park) ot Sept. 3-6 
and in ths World Men's Fast 
Pitch Tournament at Clearwater, 
Fla. (Jack RusseH Stadium) on 
Sept. 17-24. 

Lt Singteton, statiwied at Nor- 
folk Naval Air Station and with 
22 years of Naval service, Ims 
officiated in District, State and 
Q(egional competition. He has 
been an International FederatiOT 
of ASA Umpire for 13 years. 

Virginia Beach area soM»U- 
ers interested in playing in Ac 
Invitation^ 14-Inch Outseam 
(Fumble Ball) Slow Pitch Tour- 
nament at Richmond on Satur- 
day, June 12, should write or call 
State Softball Commissioner 
Hank Wolfe, 118 Seneca Rd., 
Richmond, Va., 23226 or call 
At 2-0506 after 4:30 p.m. 
The winner will advance to the 
State Open playoffs at Richmond 
on Saturday, Aug. .28. 

Walker Realty of Virginia 
Beach was the first entry in the 
14-inch tourney. Cavalier A. C. 
(rf Petersburg and Kelly's Jet 
Hamburger System <rf Richmoirf 
already have qualified for tiic 
Aug. 28 tournament and their 
players will not be eligible to 
play in the June 12 event. 

Virgihia BeMh District Slow 
Pitch Softball Commissionw 
Johnny Strickland has announced 
that he will hold two district 
events this year -— the 14-inoh 
flatseam tournament op July 3 
•and the 12-inch on August 14. 
The winner in each tournament 
will advance to the Aug. 28 play- 
offs in tRichmond. Strickland 
can be reached at 464-0395 or 
340-8124 by interested manag- 
ers. 



AAUW ELECTS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

Virginia Beach chapter of the 
American Asswiation of Uni- 
versity Women have elected offi- 
cers for the 1965-66 year. They 
are Mrs. Ray Shield, Jr., presi- 
dent; Mrs. John Bradshaw, Jr., 
vice president; Mrs. JosejA Sad- 
ler, recording secretary; and Mrs. 
James A. Ward, tieasturer. 

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ANNIVERSARY BALL 

NORFOLK — As part of the 
cdelmitkHi kA the 7til usBtumu 
ary of Task Group ALFA, a din- 
ner-dance wMi an Itat^ tfwme 
was held last Hiunday. The 
formal irffair was b^ m' flie 
Breezy Point Officers' Qub oo 
the Naval Air Sution, Norf<rfk, 
from 7 p.m. to mMlni^t ud wm 
attended by Task Group ALFA 
officers and their ladies. 
1-18 Local Ladies .Heeted 

• UGAJNOTIOB , 

NOtlCE 

This is to notify the public that 
the undersigned, tradii^ » Sam- 
^ry Lunch^ette w^^ wUto Mi 
days after puUicaticm id ^ m^- 
tice apply to 4fae Virginia tele 
Alcoholic Be^^ra^ Cc^M^I 
Board for a license vo i^ beer 
and wine tor oflf and on jwonliM 
consumption. 

C. q. LOWE, Sect 

T/A S. L. LUNCH 

214 VA. BEACH BLV©. 

VIRGINIA BEACH. VA. 



COMM(»«W£ALTB 

OF vnqraA 

b Ihe OgO^Jmet «l *• 

lUa Bc«ch, OB fte A «9«f 
May^ 1965. 

ORDER OF rum^rATioii 

ELIZABETH HOOD KNU0- 
SON, 

Plainttff a^uiot 
CLARENCE ifiME& H^UD- 
SON, 

DefeiKlattt 

llie object oi this suit Is to 
obtain a divcMce a vincok) 
matrimonii, bom tiie saU d^ 
fendant, upon the grounds . of 
desertion for a perimi ^ nM>re 
than two years. 

And an affidavit havu% \itm 
made and filed diat the d(i»KlaBt 
is a non-resHleot <rf the tete ^ 
Vir^ia, the tosf kncmn ^ott 
office address being: Buey 
Avenue, Chattanoc^a, Tran^- 
see, not resident erf die Stote <A 
Vi^inia, it is onlo'ed that te do 
appear here witiiin ten ^|^ ^Qps 
alter due pi^jcation hetectf, aod 
do whM may be necessary to 
protect his interest ui tiMt sidt 

A copy — ^Te^: 

JOHN V. FENTR^S, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C 
BRYDGES &. BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Be^di, Vi^hiui 

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Building. 

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** The little ^iH is beside herself with joy, bm ^Brpmmtt^o 

■ot share her (teli^. "Too manv cats", they kept sa^ng. "We 

K>" ^y remark. "WJwever hi»fi}.<rf answ» ke«>- 

jucing female cats" tfiey fuss. Now tfie fttfe fffl 

uforries. 

< ^ t She 8{^»«Hattt her pet's gift-7-bat she wl^ies it had sfii^ 
*i tomcat! 



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Arabian Officers Visit Post 



FC«T STORY — Cotofiel 
Farraj Muhammad Hamid AL- 
HAD/UU, Chief of Transporta- 
tion TtM Arra Command of t^ 
Arab Ja# Army, recently toured 
Ft. Story with ^vcral otto- Anr- 
bian Officers. Upon arrival at 
post teadquarters, Colcmel AL- 
H^DA RI and his party were 
'e4c(fflied b y 
oUxai Stfome 
HotteMtt, 
:om Consittd- 
r and were 
«riefed on ibt 
> rgflitizatkni, 
^iMona, fuiic^ 
i<Mi. tnhsiita 
'acili^ and 
ipersomel utili- 
zation of Ft 
Story. 
A visit to the S^w! En^- 
^ met AmjAibious ^pport Com- 
mand was next on the i^i^. 
AtsT being ereeted bv Makxr 
Leoiord D. Lefm»i. (lie unit's 
^ toeistical Officer, 0)1oik1 AL- 
* HADARr viewed a dimaoffiiibs- 
,tion in comtet ooeratiofK'. 
/ -^At the 10th Transportatic^ 
Battalion, the entourafe was re- 
ceived bvl LieuMtant CfAmel 
Robert W. Gentleman, Battaikjn 
C^mmder, and was tefofAi^ 
of (lie B^^oo's Ktofon by 
Oaptahi Mk!hael*C. Lulnsi, 
l^ialioo operadoo's ottut. 




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Escort officer for the tour 
of the post was First Lieutenant 
Kenneth jf. Macksoud, Ft. Story's 
Information (Xfioer. 



DENTAL DEGREE 



CANDIDATE 



ATLANTA, Ga. — James 
lliomtim McCane, 2^Stancil 
Street, Princess Anne Plaza, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Virginia, is among 
64 candidates for the degree of 
doctor of dental surgery to be 
award«] dk Emory Univ^^y 
commeqcement exncisra 
Jmw 14. 

Dr. Wcmher von Braun will 
speak at the 3:30 a.m. execcises 
oa the Emory quadran^e. 



HS^SNEAD 
GETS SCHOLARSHIP 

BAYSroE — Miss Janice 
Snead, a senior at Cox High 
School, has been awankd the 
Gl^s H. MardiaH Sc^ctaf^p 
by the Shetton Fnk PTA. 

Mxa Sa^ plam to Iwoome 
an etenoMry ac^od teiciier. 



Once up(» a tOM ttere was a U^ |^ «kM> wanted a pet 
of her own. No one wwld leem to unders^nd why anc^r pet was 
importam since there was already a d<^ ai^ a mother cat bekH%- 
ing tor die hnrtly. Sht tef^l iffem bo|h, and raHty took mi^ more 
interest and better care <rf timm than did her big tarc^i^ and older 
sitter, to whixn tli^ peM officially ^kmged. But she wanted om 
to be hen. 

Eadi time the nK^her cat )iad kittens, the little girl's parents 
kH ^m be adopted by other families . . . mmI she nevw saw thewi 
i^in. gach time she ptectfed to keep <Me, but «tch time her 
favorite was taken. 

Last year, the 8|»in|>4iiTie batch include cme in particular 
^tt rtc knew had to be hers. Even before k had its eyes open, It 
SMnml to know tfie Umt giil. Its tittle head would bob around 
whenever she came near ami spoke; it sftuggled around her neck 
i^n ^e picked it up. It was the prettiest one and she was sure it 
y*/m\6 be die firiMt otit a^p^. But pertiai:^ the guardian angel 
who looks into a little giri's heart knew ^f her need, for as one 
by one the new kittens round new homes, no one chose "Lover". 
Days and even weeks wem by, and neith^ mothsr nor daddy 
made any plans to ^ve her kitten away. It ^ew lon«!-legged and 
lean. It fdlowed ha- everywhere and played with her aiKi her 
little friends. It bumped and fNirred and cuddl«i iHien no one dse 
could comfort her. It made no difference that her big brotner 
<^n called it "her stupid tomcat", nor that her older sister fussed 
about having it on her bed. It was more friendly than the mc^r 
CM; it wtti more playful thm the old dt^, it belonged to her: 

Recently her pet took to staying out later and was e<me 
longer. But it always came back, meowing and purring. When 
the mother cat had another l»tch of kittens, the whereabouts of 
Iw pet were momentarily forgotten. But die next day the little 
girl suddenly remembered she hadn't seen her pet fandy. No one 
opuld find "Lover". ' 

Big iHvther. ^o called it unfriendly names, tramped the 
dark marsh looking And calling. Older sister, who fussed about 
lis sleeping habits, combed the neighborhood askim^ if an>^ne had 
seen it. Mother said not to wmrv, it would come backus' soon as 
^ excitement had died down. Dackly asked, did anyone look in 

As the litife girl climbed the ladd^-, she heard the familiar 
"purrumph" intermini^ed with faint mews . . . Lover was t|iere! 
Biit what this? ... her totocat . . . with kittens?! She gazed tt 
Aem with awe. Her pet looked proud, but apdoeetic ami not a 
little bewildered ... the pet's name was imnwdiately changed 
to "Lovie." 

The "tomcat" and die kittens were removwi from the loft 
into the garage with the oM mother cat and her kittens — a r^iriar 
mattt^ity ward! And the old mother, who became a grandmother 
too, riiares the responsibility of all ^ven kittms with Lovfc; and 
12>vie <rften babysits for h^ mother. It it not unusual to see one 
or the other overrun but contentedly feedii^ all seven at once, 
4lhiie the other toother takes a break 




feT«riM DpviJ (l«ft) mxti Bill Hark»Mt caJMr * r««ifa»a •■ 
4 Vmm AiliNirkI Jobs S. lfeC*l», ir.'t DeaiMcaa criab taak 
t fUi^li^. aaipMbUM l»MMp«rt i«ek».USS U Sail* (LPD^). 
WM tk*ir fint MMtUm •(■«• St«d tim I, \m»t Octobw. Daw 
h m iMi^itol cerptHiM third! with lh« S#^4 M»4ic«l Battaliom, 
S«aMi4 Marin* Division. Bill it a b^teMan MtoaJ sarvlag aa tha 
USaUa, % ♦^^ (Ra^ Mat»— N. Seatt, Phyn) 

TWINS MEET IN 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 



USS ItA SALLE, At Se^ 
May 2\ ■^~' Twin broAers pavid 
and Wllliani Harkness of Brook- 
lyh, Ney York,* seemingly have 
to w«jt for momentous moves on 
the pM of the Navy for dieir 
reunions. Skich a momentcws 
move took place when the Unit^ 
l^ates rescue and evacuation task 
force, rushed to the Caribbean 
on a mission of mercy to the 
I^mTiUcan Republic. 

Hmwgh an unlikely jerlea 
of lia{^>aichance occurrences, 
David and William were brought 
together in a meeting On board 
amphibious transport dock USS 
La Salle <LPD-3). The La Salle 
is fluship for Vice Admiral John 
S. McCain, Jr.'s IS-ship task 
f<xct. 

Tl^ last mating for the two 
was last Octofecr in Spain where 
botb woe in attendance for the 
bq^est ami^ibious ^w ev«- 
^g^ in peacetime — T^ his- 
toric Steel Pike L David, a 1ku6 
da^.hfipitiU cM|»mMi. was with 
fa» nN»kil outfit, the 2nd Medi* 
cat nitallion of the Second Ma- 
rine Diviskm. Bill^ a second class 
boilerman, was in La Salle. 

The name "La Salle" dropped 
casually by a visiting ofticeT cm 
die amphibious assault ship USS 
Boxer (LPH-3) caught Dave's 
ear. He h»i come aboard the 
ship to identify the bodies of two 
of his teammates. He had been 
unaware that his brother's ship 
was nearby. In the brief moment j 
before he had to depart he asked I 
the officer to .contact his brotiier : 
on the chance they could get to- ; 
gether. It was to be over two 
weeks before the mating could 
be arranged in the hub-'bub of 
die Dominican crisis. 

A brief lull in the flow erf sick 
and wounded through the medi- 
cal department situated next to 
the Embajador Hotel a4lo>^tid 
Dave to catch a ride on one of 
the regular htlicopter runs to 
die task foice fla^ip. 

Once aboard, Dave found that 
finding his tn'other was still a 
problem. Finally, after spreading 
fbe word as widely as possible, 
Dvive setded in the ship's sick- 
bay to let Bill find him. Siortly, 
Bill burst into the ward,^they 
looked at each other for a mo- 
ment, then Bill extended his hand 
to his fatigue-clad brother and 
said, "Man, you sure arc dirty." 

Dave acknowledged that he 
had 'been cleaner, but diat the 
resort facilities in Santo Ekmiin- 
go were closed for the momeirt 
and the ground forcw were hav- 
ing to make do with econcmiy 
actxMnmodations, 

Alter a quick l^have, shower 
and change the likeness in 
creased, but to limit the confu 
sion Dave stayed in his greens— 
we think. Reminiscing ami catdh 
i^ up on the |»st half year or so 
were tlie <»der of die day. 

According to the twins, the scm 
thdr parents expected in October 
1^ 1941 was to be namni WUKam 
I^vid. "I was William David for 
a few minutes I guess," says Bill, 
"TiM old 'Sport-sport' here came 
along." Being ten minutes older, 
BM was always a trifle m<M'e ma- 
ture and retiring, Dave, the baby 
of the jwir, was more bold. - 

"It wu all right till we de(»i- 
^ to tiy dating die' same girl to 
see if she couW tell the dMer- 
ence," saki Dave. "I just wasn't 
u, weU, te'asfa as i^ w«,' so 
alter a first date wUfa Urn tiiey 
AoufM tfi^ w«s« ge^ii^ tlw 



cold shmilder wlien they were 
dnt wiA me," said BtH. 

"It di<ki?t work out too weH, 
he added. 

CHive e^ernl tte Navy fust, 
in 19S8. and married first: hi*, 
wtfe was bospitak^ps WAVE 
Rutti Bipwn ^ Somer^t, Ky 

It remained for Bill, the shy 
one. to startle ever^iiK when tit 
dua€ his lmdei% 

Few men marry Iftelr gM^ 
friend's aunt, but Bill Harkness 
has that distinction. Treva Beane 
was the youngest, and, according 
to BHl, the fattiest of the tiai 
Beane dtimkn <rf her N(H%h 
Carolina fairily. iTIie eldest was 
the mother of BiH's girl. Trewa 
came to Brooklyn to visit her 
sister. The rest is elememary de- 
duction. , ' , ^ 

The twins t^W^P^W^f^tR 
get tc^ether for Christmas this 
year, f(» die first time in sev^nl 
ye^ift. I^t a theii^xt encountar 
is tm fomeremote co m er of the 
globe, di^ won't be surprisct^. 

Bill and Treva live m Ash 
boro, wbfle Etave and Roth make 
their home in Lejune, N.C. The 
bovs' parents are Mr. and Mrs. 
William Harkness of 271 South 
13th, Lynd(Mihurst, Long Islaml. 




PFC WlLUAM L. G00D5ON 

Local Youth 

1 ■ 

In Viot Nam 



VIRGINIA BEACH, May 21 
— Stat Sergeant Clinton at 
Coleman, Marine Corps Re- 
cruiter tot the Virginia Beach 
area, repiM^ that Private First 
Class WiUiam L. Goodson IH, 
of Virginia Beach is serving with 
the M&t'mes in SouUi Viet Nam. 

He. Cfoodson enlisted in the 
Marine Corps diitSugh the 
Marine Corps Recruiting Sub- 
Station, Norfolk, on July 9, 
1963, one day after his seven- 
teenth birtfiday. 

He b die son of Mr. Wriliam 
L. Goodi(»i Jr. of 3336 TerrazK) 
Trail, Virginia Beach. 

WhUe in South Viet Nam, 
Pfc. OoodS(m «srved as a radio 
relay operator witti die 2nd Bat- 
talion, 3ra Marines. 

He received his Marine Cdrps 
recruit tranimg at the Marine 
Corps pUouh D^}ot, Parris 
Island, S.C. Prior ip enH^ing in 
die -C^inm, he att^ed Keflam 
Ifi^ School; Vkgink Beadi. 




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VtRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 



Area Mefpal 
Honored 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
l^ia Reid HoM<Mnan was h<m- 
mtA by Seab(»rd's Recreation 
Committee for service rendered 
in the cause and devotion to the 
betterment of education and 
recreation recemly. 

The committee sponsored a 
banqurt at Seaboard Elemen- 
tary School where a large as- 
sembly, beneficiaries of her en- 
deavors and others, met in a 
service of tribute for.ber volun- 
tary services. 

The program included Mrs. 
Otealia Jennings, pianist; Harris 
Jennings, guest soloist; and Ja- 
cob Whitehurst, toatsntaster. 
Grace was said by the Rev. P. 
M. Caldwell, pastor of Mt. Zion 
AME Church; grating by Mrs. 
Esther Turner. 

Presentation cf plaqiw was by 
John Parks, recreation chairman; 
tohn H. Skinny, city repre- 
switative of the RecBeatton 
Dept.; representing Harold 
Whkehurst was- Jacob White- 
burst; representing Seaboard 
teachers, Mrs. tRuth W. Bell; 
representing Seaboard cafeteria. 
Mrs. Constance L. Wilson; and 
representing The Virginia Beach 
teachers was H. L. Robison. 



DROPOUTS DISCUSSED 

BAYSIDE — The Bayside 
Lions Qub met Wednesday, at 
%ore Drive Inn. The president, 
J»:k Tallem, presiding. 

Guest speaker, Mi^. Dixie 
Moore, director of, D(^»rtment 
of, PujmI PlacementCi^ of Nor- 
folk talked -.^xautltelsdwol 
"EhtMKHit Probtan.'* 

This has become a- source of 
great concern throu^out the 
entire country. While it is true 
diat a much larger percentage 
(rf our children stay in school 
until they paduate from high 
sdiod (over 90 per cent) due to 
tMe population explosion ^and 
the greater need of a good edu- 
caticni to make a decent living in 
today's worid, the number of 
a^ool dropouts that are unable 
to get j<^ is steadily increasing. 
Moore ^ted that tiiere are over 

XHTsuafdiopouts" In Nor- 
folk alone. 

He cited as so(ne of the causes 
(rf "dropduts" —4 some have low 
scholastic ability and cannot 
keep up with tne class, some 
teck uMierest in their studio, 
some feel that they need to work 
in order to help at home, some 
have been retarded one or more 
grades and are older than their 
classmates, and some have emo- 
tional problems due to unhappy 
home life. 

DefMity District Governor Jim 
Fridley was present and induct- 
ed the following new Lions: J. 
Bolander, E. N. Jasper, J. B. 
Johnson, W. H. Tower and W. 
White. J 

In his-^tatk about Lionism, he 
^ait^a that there are now over 
1,800 Lions Clubs in 1130 dif- 
f^erit countries or geographic 
locations. TTie Lions Clubs of 
District 24D raised over $20,000 
in the jmst ywr for Charities and 
civic activities. 



$40,000 AWARDED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Evelyn W. Strohkorb was 
awarded $40,000 by a Circuit 
Court jury laa^ week in a 
$150,000 personal injury suit 
in which Sie was represented 
by NorfoHc att<MTiey Israel 
Steingold and Melvin Belli, the 
controversial San Francisco at- 
torney who defended Jack Ruby. 

The suit was filed against 
Emriiae pord. Inc. and Paul 
Preston Perdue, an employee of 
the firm, in connecticm widi an 
automobile accident in 1961 in 
whidi Mrs. StrcAk<Hb's car was 
struck from the rear by a car 
driven by Perdue. 

Mrs. SNrohkorb, wearing a 
neck brace, claimed 'Soit accident 
caused a l^;k injury resuhing 
in two ogicalaiam uid four ye^ 
pl^Ai^ring. 




Marlmi Gaaaiwy Sgt. Lawraaca D. Fitapatrich gat* aa aaalal aa^aeUag fraai \im wifa, Praa«*«; 
and tbalir tans, Michaal E., S, vtA Lawraaaa C. 4. Th« Laadiag Parta Trateiat Wirft AUaatfc Miallka 
has mara than 200 aiarlumaa^Jp trayhiaa, aiaJaU aadl plaqva* ta disiriay ia hU hMBa «| 1^4 \ 
lUff M^ Virginia Baach. Va. (Of fhdal Mariaa Catya l>hato Nr SSgt. Fraah, S^i«M»> 

M0VIN6 IS WEIGHTY PROBLEM 
FOR SHIRPSHOOTmG MMHIIE 



LITTLE CREEK — 
Gunnery Sergeant Lawrence D. 
Fit^atriick of Lan^tt IBafca 
T^Sf^trait Atiaag-'MK 
Creek Am|:^ibious B^, moves, 
he packs a kit of "iitMi." 

Moving for the veteran Ma- 
rines means a weighty problem 
and the need for space. 

He is trying to make space in 
hit recently purchi^ed Itome ik 
624 Raff Road in Virginia 
Beach. Va. 

The iron is more than 2(X) 
trophies, medals and plaques the 
sergeant has won in rifle uid 
pistol marksmanship competi- 
tion durii^hiijmfAeQricjiliootiHg^ 
career. 

Marines, traditionally, pride 
themselves on their prowess widi 
basic infantry weapons, GySgt. 
Fitzpatrick, however, looks upon 
his "dead-eye" accuracy mattw- 
of-face, a part of his regiment. 

The Augusta (Ark.) native 
began his "team" shooting in 
1955. "I didn't place that year," 
he said*. "But I sure tried.^'^^ 

Duties prevented competitive 
shooting again until 1961. While 
stationed in Butte, Mom., GySgt. 
Fitzpatrick shot his way to cap- 
ture the Montana State Rifle 
Qiampi(mship in the Natitmal 
Rifle Association-sponsored reg- 
ional matches that year. 

He was later reassigned to the 



Far East where ho* joined the 
3rcl Marine Division; ■ * 

Last w||r ytmj^^ M; 
in" liw ^m(»*lWly° ^W(p i et i a ott 

The 36 - y^ - old Muine 
phc^ with botb the rifle and 
pistol in the Far Eastern and 
Inter-service mMdliM. > The \A- 
ter was held at Mirine Qxxpi 



Schools, Quan^icc^ Vt. * 

Armed widi M-H rifl« kk 




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KEYETTECLUB 

BAYSIDE — The Tidew»ter 
District Keyette Club insrtalted 
tiieir new officers for the 1965- 
66 year recently at S^ore 
Drive Inn. They are as follows: 
president, Meg Boykin of Maury 
High ^cool; vice president, 
Ruth Anne Oliver of Princessi 
Anne High School; secretaiV, 
Fran Gretes of Granby Hi0i 
School and treasurer, Dotti Har- 
ry of Norview Hi^ School. 

Keyette chapter officers from 
Maury, Granby, Norview, Prin- 
cess Anne, Oscar Smith and 
KeUam High Schools were also 
installed. 

The Keyettes in the Tide- 
water District are sponsored by 
the Norfolk Junior Women's 
Oub. Each club in the district 
has a sponsor from the cfaib. 
The district sponsor for €ie 
1965-1%6 year is Mrs. L. Gre- 
sham Hutchings. 

The main proiects of the Tide- 
water District Keyettes are ex- 
pansion to other schools in tiie 
distrk|^and participating in Ae 
Peace Corps School to Sdiool 
jHTf^ianL 




DR. KAHN 



State Group 
pects Kahn 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Dr. 
Howard D. Kahn (rf Virginia 
Beach, was ch(»en as President 
of tlw Virginia Optometric As- 
sociation for 1965-66. The 
selection came at Ihe annual 
convention held recently at the 
John Marshall Hotel in Rfch- 
mond. 

Having received the Doctor 
of Optometry Degree from Penn- 
sylvania State College of Op- 
tometry, Dr. Kahn entered prac- 
tice in Virginia Beach in 1951. 
Undergraduate study w|is com- 
pleted at the University of Vir- 
ginia and University of Ricb- 
immd. 

Optometric honors include be- 
iiig Virpnia I^j^tc^-C^ome- 
tric Extension Program for Edu- 
cation and Research and past 
Presi<fent <rf the Tidewater 
Council of Opteme^. 

Loiig active in Community 
activities. Dr. Krfm has served 
as President of the Va. Beach 
Junior Oiamber <rf Commerce, 
Va. Beach Civitan Oub, and 
Va. Beach Canc^ Society. 

He resides in Virginia Beach 
with his- wife, Dorodiv. and 
chil^ien, Nancy and Notman. 
Mrs. Kdm has completed four 
years as Pre$i<fent of die Vir- 
ginia Optometric Associaticm 
Auxiliary. 




CMto Perry, Cfcfo. 

When Ae msk» dteH«d froii 
die vast rifle iwip, 
FItipWfnr had ni i mm 
tio^ Mktch ve&oA 1^ 
declared t^ Muhoe ia di 
tionil Trc^y Individua( '%e^ 
ice Rifle Match. He acpjA^vl 
249-250 witfi 26 gC5a^it' 
die 4-iiKdi V-ring. TTiit 
eye is only, six ii«^ te 
and fued at from <K)% M^l 
600 yards. 

He hftcitae ft 
Kim HpnnMot 
Thk is »msM3fed ut 
"cap Nts^9." 

^^tnr comfi^daf hft 
tour widi titt 3fd MaAte I^ 
sion, t^ <Hoot4, 20^^i^^ 
MariM wtt lMslgh«l to LFTOI 
Lant whdie be now sdrwii ti| 
HeadquartNs Co. FufSt Se^^MH 

"We reported fai K^jr 1^ 
and we're stiH'unpac^ig 
said. •HSoita taWg mmt 
irare ^mewher^." 

Giving hhn a hand 
chcHie are his^ wife. Fta 
their two ions, Midbaet B.; 
and LawreiK^ G., 4. 





LOCAL ARTfiT Di 




VIRGINIA BEACH 

hor original ^tt^i^ 
watercolors, pMleb, and oils, 

3e Navy Y cafet^ ax!L!S^fsnK 
er pafait^ «tt he mrtjjijlai 
tinough June 15. -— «^.,, 

Mr$. VeBtaes, wife of 1d6f|Rd 
J. Vellinai become intewited 
in paintinyg as a hobby abot^ill 
years ago dnrou^ a class -M-ilMI 
Fine Arts dep»tn»nt of Qfipte* 
peake B«ich Womaq^a ';^|ife 
She has studied |inder-.)Qw|( 
Smith Reid tod Greti(; 
and is now studying 
beth D^Auria. i^tv 

She has won ^veral 
for her [Kiindi^ at tlid'1IIM|tljn'' 
tion of Wonmn's Chiber"«m| 
many in this show are awai^ 
winners. " 

They have a daughter, Rom 
Marie, who b a juniQc^jK^^^pkl 
D(Miinion Coll^, rnri flniimr 
ried son with t«K> chHidNI in 
Wmalon &d^, N.C 

llita V^inte is a homemsUctr, 
a gran^M^wr, im Avon re 
sent^We, juid; wrter, at 
an aitisl^ atoim been At 
i^ 0m»KOism^SBlL for 
guda Bm^ Sob 4or 



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UNITIES 




CHUMH 



CVUK3H 



MAiSIMU RAMUB, INC 

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Dajon e«Hr fed tniK>Ml? Do the walk of a 
■eaaiafflcK Ufc NOB to doM la on yoa some- 
tinxf? Hen'afoodAiVB! ErtryUfehMtgate, 
•ad it it nerer lodnd. But it «^ opoa fnni 
one side . . » . your tide. 

S«| #r the gat* with in ywr Ima aad 

wmU f\a of meaniiig and beao^. YmH stm 
&om daifmaa to Q^ .... and never kxdt ba(£ 
TtitlHBPt It%i*^teff«R>|aa&iCli]^rir 
teacMags, Hia CtmrA «& hdp ytm to find i1^ 
mtAbtma aervka jroa wifl aRovor life's retl ^ 
purnsM. Go to dmrch ftia Sunday, and hear 
God'avprdi^fareniigcai^eQmfert lleyanf 
OMQt for ail who ywra to inUfen the munped 
horuiMi of their Hviei. f*qr are weaat fty you. 



wPPpiif *Mivi^ 



(KfllAITBEin 
CAIBWC CHURCH 



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1010 taMra Lane, vir|iRi» Beadh 



rriber rtadtoy 

7:30, 9:00. 10:30 



^wMer MaiMc 

Csiaktim mk Satwaar 4:00 MB. 
I* $mtm. and 7:00 to SKM pm. 
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. CHUKH 

NAZAfiJeW 
S. Cowl ^uae Rd/Ocwwa. Va. 

Niri A. AIMck, raatar . . 
9:43 ajB.-~Sindur Soheol 
1^45 aA^lf oniMi sWo^dp 

lYMPuTikANUkL 

iHh ma Same, Vlninla Bewdi 

PhHto nK«% MM t 
7:30 • mT-Servicei Mon.-Fii 
K18 ^ja.— Friday-SaUwth Servicaa 
10:00 a^ffl.— Sat.<Sabt)Oth Serviea 
1:00 aja.— Servlns Smday 



Qm TAILORS 

Expert IaJIm Bad MMa.AHwaMMH 

ALL KINDS 

310« PACIFIC AVBNUg 

Virviaia BmcI^ VirfWa 

HOURS »4 

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EMANUAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

IUbmA a. Pri««, Pa^ 

Lynn Shares Drive 

at Va. Beach Blvd. 

9:10 a.in. — Sunday Ghnreh 

SehooL 
10:30 a.in. Worahip Seniee 

(nunery provtded) 
6:30 P.BI. — Lutiier League 



PIOWBIS 

NsnERT HAfomi nomsf 

PHONE 4gg473a 



EVANOBUCAL LUTHERAN 
CanJRCU aftte <KMM> SHEnmo 

14^ Laddn Soad 
Rrr. Plctaea W. Taylor 

9:30 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worahip 
6:30 p.m. — Luther Leagua 



ST. JOaNV RAP0R CBURCH 

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IIm ChoMk hlM amtet hdor 

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IaBERNACLB methodki 
CHURCH 

^teoaw Anoe. Vbginia 
_^JUs.,P^ S. Sk^iliaiiter 
MS aJB.— Ctaoch SdKXd 
11:00 ajiL-Hltonioi Woitidp 



THAUA BfEIHODffiT CHURCH 

Pine Ave:) & Va. BMch Btvd. 
WilHaai L. Askar, PmIot 

9:43 ajn. — Sunday School 
IMS aun.— Wonhip 



POUNDRY METHOD0r 
,aiURCH 

Vbginia Beadi Boulevard^ Lyaahaveo 

Doagiae tbat, aartor 
1:46 a.ai. and 11 a.m. 
9:43 a.m.— aMireh Sohod 
6:30 pjn.-<rYouth Feiowih^ 



BAYLAKE METUOpvr CHIACH 

Shoia Dtvf at Trei^re iileail Dr. 

Rarnoid E. Maaiar, MliUttar 

6:30 ft 11 ajn.— WfMfaip SeryiM 
9:43 ajn.— Sunday fMocd 



CHAKtrV METHOdOT CBUKH 

Back. Bay, VtHdala 
Rev. WUhun A.^Mii, lb 
10:00 a^m.— dMudi . ~ ' 
(1.-00 ajn.-^MarBin« 

Rcv.FiaAII.^MK 

10:00 a.m.— MonyiM iVttniUB 
11:00 a.m.— Church -' '^^ 
7:30 pju.— Youth 



l^^UrTf ST CHURCH 
Rav. Ra^ert N. l¥aHa«#, PaslM- 
Va. Baaeh Blyd. adjoid^ 
Priaeaaa Anna H1^ 8(SM 
8:80 a.n. — ^Honing WonUn 
9:80 a.m.— Sunday School 
L-OO a.Ba.-<-XMrBiBg Wer^ip 



RECH GROVE 
ilETHOBiBT CHURCH 

Ffiflcau Am^ 
R«^ R. Jaelnea, Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:16 a.m. — Morning Worahip 



CCMMUNITY 

i Acradaia — 
Rav. Joha L. 
9:43 a.m. — Chwch 
1 1:00 a.m, 
7:30 pm 



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T.'IW PA.— Cveeulag WnMp. 
7:30 fUB.^— MU-iveak aerviDa, Wed. 

dftujowmssf lApMiP cmjRCH 

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FRANCM A»URY 
MITHOOIST ICHUBCa 

Great Neck RoaT^ 
LaRor Davii, Miaitter 

9:45 a.m.— ChunA Sdiool 
U.-OO a.ai.— Morning Wonhip 



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Mavaa: 6:3<V t:0Mi3^itW, 12 
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. SCOTT MraiORUL 
METR0DI9T CHURCH 
409 First Caloakl Road 
Rav. H. Wark Carry. Pastar 
9:43 aA.-ChiA;h Sdiooi 
11:06 a-m.^Moi^iM Worri)^ 
7:3Q pjB.— Youth Fellotfvih^ 

RAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
MEnWDBT CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Road 
Mtmv G. Lmg. Ir., Paitor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 




— Morning Wonhip 
— You^^teUowihip 



LYNNHAVSN METHOINR 
CHDRCH 

Litde Neck Road 
\*v. Osear V. Redrifaaa, Paster 

O.-OO a,in. — Church School 
11 :00 a.m. — Morning Worddi) 



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PcJiadiih of thnkim 



8:30 aJB.. 9:4.* 



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W«lAip tevfcea: 

4^..«Mi 11 a.s>. 
Choitb SdbgKA fat 

9:45 »m. 
Seoond ie«loa <rf Cbunh Sdbeoi at 

11 am. fi(»-cUMreeaptfaroiii|i7t 

grade ^ adbHa. 
Methdditt YoiTtli VOkrm^: 7 p.m 

-for wMg faDJafe—T*, M aod M 

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^KIES METHODIST CHlMtCH 

6860 VlniBJa Baack Blvd. 

Rav. C. KatoB Cray 

Sfriy Wondiip ^ndea 8^80 a.Ba. 
Jkurch Scbod 9:46 a.u. 

.late Waiahip Serviea 11 :00 a.m. 
foth FeUowa hip 6:00 p.m. 

•ETHEL METHoonrr cmntcH 

^HacMa Anna 
Ray Hi Jaeksea, Pastar 

0:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worridp 
1 :00 A.M. — Ctorch School 

PLAZA MBTHDIHn' CBURCH 

HartMti 6t H(AbSi PmIot 
9:43 a.m.— Oburoh School 
II. -00 a.m.>-Woniiip Servioa 
7:00 pjn.~Yoirth fWkwsUp 

wt. aIdan^s 

EPBCOPiMC CHURCH 

Maeiim m Kii^s gtwife BaoMn^ 

W736 f> 
Ray. I. 1. T(^, Ir, View 
*:15-^oty Oomimnioa (irt aid 3fd 

famn mm mmm 
):15— <Aatcli $efco«l ^^noaimit 

^fomioi ?rayar ^ Md 4tli SuAqw 
449 WHiBi tinek And. B^MMi 

6m Smd^ otm^ nanSh) 



numo usmoomt church 

Mwees Anne. Viiyinia 
tev. WauL D. luea 

10:15 aJB.— <3ioreh Sdnoi 
11:15 ajB.^Uondng Wonldp 

tmam episcopal church 

immi Padfio—OA 8-3373 
Tfca iav.^^toHiai BeAety. Raeloi 

lae |l^> M a w w B. Waltoai Asskdaai 

8 Sl l l.r— H ^ Communion every 

9 -j^Mt — ^Morning prayer and 

I SarmoB. (Holy Gom- 
4Buai0B every 4th Sun- 
#ay,) 
10 a.m.-— ^drck School Classes. 
li^iyil^~4i(iming prayer and 
t^ (Holy Commun- 
Ivery 1st Sunday.) 



OUR SAVIOUR'S — 
LUIHERAN CHinat 

Bi^la^ Pmea, Bayaidi 
Ikcaaeifcl. Caitai«h. pHier 
8:16 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Service 

PRINCE OF lEACB 

LuniERAN <miKa 

(Mtesouri Syaod) 
424 KlBgi GraM RoBd 
Rev. J. EhMT MiOey, fl 

8:00 ajn.— Divine WonHp 

9:15 a.m.— Sunday Sdxxil and 

BibleCfaMS. 
16:30 a.m.— DiviBie ^ont^ 
Holy CooiBBiason — ^lafr Md 3fd 
Sunday. 

- PI^sKteiSaN CBURCi 

(Now meelidg in die Kinifs Onuit 
WetiaAvf Sckooi) 
RaymoBi C. rattan AHtof 
9.50 a.m.— Sunday Sd»ol 
11:00 a.m.— Mornin* WoraUp 

BA¥Sn>EfiRE»YTii|4if 
CHUICH 

fitax RdtMoa Cttiar^ 
Rat. I. E. roinienB. PaM 

9:43 ajn.— Sraday Scteol ' 
IIKM ajn.-4tl<kBiiig TOifiMp 

THAUA 
, P«E»YTERUN 

How meetJQg 
naEa Eletneaiary 
bylag R. Hpfaka. 

9:30 am.— Morning 
i0.'43 a.m.— Quach 



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SALES ft SERVICE 
3014 Virfiala Baaek B^alavard 
ADMIRAL — RCA — ZENITH ' 
COLOR SPECIALIST PHONE 341-a44« 



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609 Reiement Hoad 
VMbIa Beach, Va. 
9:15 ajuT— Ouutfa Scbool 
10:15 ajB.— WiMriiip Servi«a 
" Niuaeiy Prmided 



E«niANU^ EPISCOPAL , 
CHURCH 

,883 Bowman Road, 
Rav. Ckwrfea jL McGinlay, Raetor 
8:00 A.M.— 4{oly Communion 
10:00 AJL-^Soly CoAmunfoa 

wNHMa ]^iyer (2 ft 4 Son.) 
Chur(4| School follows the 10:00 
A.M. Sarflca. Nursery service ia 
a^ilabl*. 



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REaYTESUN 

Roeemomt Road aoid 
Waati h MOIer. 
9:46 aJB. — Suaday 
it.-00 ajB.— Owivh 
LYNNHA 
PRESBYTERIAN 
LymdBwen 
Rev. MarioB R. Webk. Jr.. 
9:45 ajn.-rClMirch Sdiool 
11:00 ajn.— Morning Wwdup 
6:30 pjn.— Youth Feil<waihip 
6:30 p.m.— Pfeneer Feltowali^ 
7:30 p.m.— Eveuog WonMp 




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CmOST PRB^YTERUN 
CHURCH 

1^ Aiafom BoUevaid 

M. BhiMl^fey. MtaMer 

8:30 a.m.— WoiUb^ aod Cbmli 

School 
9:30 a.m.— WtHship aod ' d wrdi 

Sdbooi 
11:00 ajn.— WoiaUp wd Cbuidi 

SCuOOts 



W. A. WOOD, kic. 

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Fuel OU and Keroaena 
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EASTIK«1 SHORE CHAPEL 

^.^.gptoyal) 
B« MglMg gBBaeni Reclar 
8:00 a-o M Wa^ Comnwaioo 
9:00 aA.— kindly Serviea aad 
Morning prayer (3ni Sunday 
Holy OsmtQiuoion) 
I1H)0 a.ffi^^Maayi^ Pmyer, aHmae 
(1ft i«% IMy ComnHiaioa) 

UtOe Nkkm K^$ Oram 
^Rev.lAMe rbkali 

»i«*y.Mai||i8:30 and 10:80 a-m. 
CoofiMSHtis d to 6 e.m. S^iniay 
patedyfai Cliw 10^ to 12 Sattaday 
8:30 ajn. M 



FIRST PRliBYTQUAN CHURCH 

JokB S. Lyias, Pastor 

Padfic Aveooa at 36th Skttt 
9:45 aA.>-Ciiun:ii Schod 
11:00 a.m.— MonUog Wot^yo 
6:00 Pin. YouCMkMi^ 

CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CliURCII 

Fbrrt StRwt. (^earod c^Norf ott 

E. Ciawel ^^al^, futoi 
9:45 a.m.— Chuidi Sdiod 
11:00 a.ffl.— Mdmiog WonMp 
6:30 p4n.— What-Nots IWtowdite 
6:30 p.m.-rKwieer Fellowikip 
8:30^— Young PebpleV FaMow- 



HN^IOBrs 

Hirsekiar's has saadais far all tka faaaiiy. 
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IVB SEA 
CHURCH 

KMKa 

30. U:00. 12:15 
t.aiwi'Day) 



?.'«,8:0O, 9m, 10:60, lf:M, 12:00 
mtj^ too. 7:01. 9:00. aad 

5:00 and 7:(10 ^ 




CHURCH (MP G<H> 

9:46 A.ht.— Sunday Si^ 
11:00 A.ld.— ]k«»tiji« W^Mdrip 
7:30 A.M.- BwBgw bSg 

ASKMlLY OF GOD 
Vliimb Beeac^^Boulewd 
Eaet Una — Ooeaaa 
Rev. Sannd D. Idler. Ir., I 

9:45 a.m.— qaaA ^nd 
11:00 ajn.— Mom»|l^rids 
7:30 pJB.^yaBg^atic Sdvloa 




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Farming with Gasoline Power? 
It pays you to say, 
texaco Fire CMef GasoRner 

Tejaco Fire Chief is the regular-price gasoline thaf s specially 
blended for the cUmate, altitude, and temperature in this 
area. Ifs Localized. Gives fast starts and economical pw- 
formance. Use Fire Chief In cars, trucks, and tractors. Ifs 
' the gasoline that prcMdes ctependabie povm. YoU'll find it 
pays to say, "Fire Chief r 

Trust tht man who wears the star 



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V P.O. wkytoj 

BACK BAY - VIRGINIA BEACH - PHONE 426-5855 



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KEMPSVILLfi — The rint 
of two non-partisan po4iticif 
rMm {Manned this month WiU 
be held tcmi^ at Uni(wi-Kecn|;»- 
viHe Hi^ School •tartmg ^ 
e^t o*(^k. 

^ak^i wtH toKdnde ^ five 
tttte ienM«M-i«l candidiim: Wil- 
lutin P. KcMam and L. Orarfes 
Itafiate. Vitfinia Wadi; Wtl- 
Urnn &iOQge Jr., f<xUmouth; 
aAd WrlliMi Hoigm and Gor- 



GRADS GET DEGREES 

OREaiVILLE, N.C. ~ 
Virginia Beach students receiv- 
ing degrees at tMe recently hcM 
graduation exercises of East 
Carolina GoH^e were Marshall 
Wade Lefaror, 6812 Ode«a 
Drive, (AB); Bryand Lee Ben- 
nett, 2348 PlMsure House A<Mid; 
William Tlionias Vest Jr., 205 
Piaa TraH, (BS); Richard W. 
Mears, 5136 Bonney Road; and 
Robert Hoy PearsaH, 1657 
Dearborn Drive, (MA). 

Dr. Leo W. Jenkins, president 
of tiw cdlege, conferred the de- 
grees in ceremoniM in Ficklen 
Stadium, 



A)Q Marsh, Chesapeake. 

M«lentor wHl be Hwvey N. 
Johnida Jr., director of puUic 
relatkxM tor Virginia State eeri- 
ly. The invocation will be 
given by the Rev, L. W. Quae 
of Mt. CNive Bajrtitt Church aivd 
muil^l Kiecttons will be pre- 
teMi») bv ttie C^Nwood Hl|^ 
ScfKxM Oiorus fitMn Chesapeake. 

The second rally, whkA #81 
a)Mo have the sentorial cfiidi- 
da^ as speakers, is scheduled 
tot June 28 at Princess Aane 
H^ Scbool at 8 p.m. 

h will be sponsored by the 
Lea^ of women Voters, 
Coiwcil of Civic Organizatioin, 
Tiitewater Mental Health Asso- 
ciaticMB, Virginia Beach Human 
Relatioiu Council and ortser lo- 
cal pou|^. 

Further information on to- 
nig}it*s raMy may be olHainsd 
from Mrs. Qiarles Taylor. 341- 
5746. InformMion on the aec- 
ood raMy may be obtained from 
Mrs. DanidI E. Soneshine, 497- 
3310, who ii voter service chair- 
man f(^ the Virginia i^Krh 

[ague of WonMn Voters, 




Virginia ^CN sun, fhursday, Jun* 3, 1S«5 



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B* Molk'taf*, ROt kel«-t»rrr, bjr ImowiMg abvvt your •■■im*r- 
tim* "•tor«t«" •■•Mjr. A tMrc-fir* «l«f*B*« »ff»fBat Motk* mi4 
timr •at* «•■•• («' tiM fern of {■•xp«Miv« p«r« cryateU. Drawtaf 
conrtoty of AIIm4 Cli«Mic«l Cmrp«r«tio«. 

How To Care For Your 6l«thks 



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to cool that 
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just the way you like it, Sealtest Lemonade has plenty of natural 
fruit flavor. And it's non-carbonated! So easy for you, too- no 
squeeze, no thaw, no mix. Just pour for refreshment! 

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YOUR FAMILY DESERVES THE BEST- 
INSIST ON SEALTEST! 



NEW YORK (NAPS)— You 
may make your clothes last 
longer and look better — and 
save money at the same time — 
if you follow these tips frtwn 
cbthing experts. 

Hang your garments, on suit- 
ably shaped hangers, immediately 
after you take them off. This 
gives fibers a chance to "relax" 
from the stress of your daily 
routine movements. 

Prolong the life of ftir gar- 
ments by putting them in cold 
borage for the summer. Or, if 
you'd sooner protect the furs 
yourself, keep them stored with 
other winter garments. To be 
on the safe side, know about 
your summertime "storage" 
enemy — the moth. 

Moth eggs can lie dormant in 
woolens for eighteen months or 
more. When hatched, moth 
larvae immediately do their best 
to make a meal of your clc^es. 
A sure-fire defense comes in the 
form of inexpensive para cryst- 
als (call«i paradichlorobenzene 
hy the cTiemical industry). Sold 
under many different brand 
names, para crystals or nuggets 
create vapors that kill moths and 
tiieir eggs while doubHog a» a 
repellent for rodents! 

Place para near the top of a 
tight enclosure. Vapors drifting 
down from the para onto the 
clothing will do the rest. TIjc 
best temperature for the most 
eff^tive use of para, acconling 
to experts at Allied Chemical 
Corporation, producer of the 
chemical, is 65-70* F. Two 
pounds of para per 100 cubic 
feet of confined space wilf rid 
you of pests. With three pounds 
of para per 100 cubic feet you 
provide mildew protection as 
well. Costing only pennies per 
pound, para can be purchased 
at your local drug store (S 9i^p^t- 
mawket. ' 1*^,^ 

In otiier specialized ^ammt 
"maintenance" areas, for exam- 



ple, you can keq) fabric gloves 
looking their best by washing 
tfiem in mild, warm soap suds. 
Do not rub, wring or twist them. 
Brushing is helpful in removing 
bad spots. Ruiae ^orou^ly, 
ease into shape and dry either 
flat on a towel or hai^ Aem 
over a rod. \ ; ? 

Wo(rien atiiletic socks oHcti 
seem doomed to turn yellow ii\ 
the wash — but it doesn't have 
to happen. Instead of bleaching 
them with Other v^ke^wash, do 
the ^ocks separately; the r(»uh 
will be pure white, f * 

Whether you have two ftairs 
of shoes or twenty, you'a <k> 
well to rotate them, usii^ the 
same relaxation process wu 
employ with your clothing.' Put 
shoe trees in your shoes as soon 
as you remove them and have 
shoe repairs made as they be- 
come necessary. To keep patent 
leather shoes from cracking, rub 
a little vaseUtw over them oc- 
casionally, then polish whh a 
soii cloth. SiMdc shoes are kept 
fresh by nrt}bing wWj a sponge 
after each wearing. Hold them 
over tfie ^ut of a steaming^ tea 
kettle once in a whHe to raise the 

Whether ^^eening patent 
leather or placing para,M:lothii^ 
care takes only a few j^inutM a 
day. Once it's a h^t, you'll 
think, someone boosted your 
budget! 

LOCAL GKI, APPOlNtED 

VIRGINIA BE^CH — Vlr-- 
ginia 01iver,*d|t^^r <tf ^% .and 
Mrs. Startey*^ Oliver,'', 43 17 
Witchduck Fjk^jjas beteft aj)- 
pointed business ma|a«sx d 
Potpourri literary ma|Rzmr at 
Randolj)h-Macoo Womiin's Col- 
lef^ lor tlw 1#65^ ^cad^ic 
year. 'X , /; 

Miss Oliv^ Jy^-^ a (^inbr at 
Rand<rfph-Mac<Hi! 




SirKcTamTnowrna^mdwi^nST^iM^^ 
mouth, and Ih addition, as a man who is wry hard to shot ^, I 
feel that I have the necessary qualifications to ttittwv a few v^rfMI 
punches at the nauseating mmsense between Clay sad LiMmi. 

Was a titiic when what passes for fighting for moM^ wii 
called the "n^ht game". Along about the adveiM of tclevtowB, H 
came to be called "the fight racket". TTrti i^ 
pears to be an a^ descriptiMi c^ the wti 
ping that* takes place between tfic t^ro 
exponents of this example of American cuj 
Every time 1 have opened my owutfe^ 
much and' made loud noises that c^fet^ " 
ear, there has instantly appeiHred befori! 
very large character w4io has ^wt me 
casionally this hu resulted in t^ ' 
blood — mine. I have a lar^ 
cuts, abrasion and stitch mwks to prwtl 
large men usually win unless an anxwR 
money changes hands idmd of time. }H% 
having had sufficient cash to encourage a brute to take a (tt^, 
I have had to take the painful ccmsequences. '' * 

Easy to see tttat Liston is gonna get very ri<;h tetting (Md 
Loud Mouth look good. 1 dunno what they are tty^g to prove, 
sirKe a man with an IQ of sixteen doesn't believe ttiat Oay's kit ; 
hook has enou^ power to dent Liston's jail r^ord, much len hb f 
chin. 

Taint really imprtant, simx people have been irat^n^ ' 
screamers and bums go 'found and 'round for aevend oenhnet 
now, and it gets hard for a man to tell which one he hates Ae 
most. U doesn't make the slightest diff^ence, but I was fejpte' 
that Liston could get out on bail kms; enough to shut Q^^' 
mourti; preferably for good. After that, they eo5d throw the 
back in the tank where he belongs. 

Baby!! , M©J 



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7:80 p.m. — Wad. fnytr Meeting 



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R*V. GARY R. THOMPSON 

9:4S a.m. — Sujidav School 
11:00 *.ni. — Wonhtp Service 
6 :46 p.m.— Vettw Service 
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»:45 a.m.-4 faater S Aoci 
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iM pjB.^WedDaai 

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MARY WASAnGTON 
GRADUATES 

FREDERICKSBURG, Va.— 
E^t area students at Mary 
Wa ft l ng to n CoUc^ "ve— grad- 
uated in George Wcshington 
Auditorium Sunday. 

They are: Leslie Joanne IJ»* 
sery, (bachelor of scieiwe in 
medical techiK^^), daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe WiUiams 
Ussery, 108 B<nuity Road; &isan 
Antoinette Lohr, (matfwnmtics), 
daughtw of Mfs. Edith Giles, 
1701 Burroughs Road; Miary 
Anne ConneH ({Mycology), 
dau^ter of Kfes. Mary S. Whit- 
more, 1721 Keeling Road; Lois 
Frances Cox (Ei^M) daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ehvood 
Cox, 5139 Amberly (Road; Pam- 
ela Kay CuArell (history), 
daughter of Mr. 9nd Mrs. B. M. 
Cuthrell Jr., 4413 Hermitage 
Road; Barbara Helen Hill 
(English), dau^ter of Mrs. Bar- 
l»ra McCarthy, 529 White Oak 
Drive; Mrs. Carrington Hans- 

of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hans- 
brou^, 4606 Atlantic Ave; and 
Barbara Sue Watts (history), 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. 
Watte, Edinbiirgji Court. 

VNB PROlOTES TWO 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
Virginia Beach men have been 
promoted by Virginia Natfonal 
Bftnk and wiH soon relocate in 
Charlottesville, according to R. 
CoAy Moore, VNB board chair- 
man. 

Bobl^ L. Townsend has been 
promoted to the rank of assist- 
ant cashier and wHl be assigned 
duties with increased responsi- 
Wlities in the proof-transit <te- 
jMtftment in Chartottesville. He 
IS i»esent}v assigned to the 
bank's audit division in Ni^*- 
folk. 

Shelton O. Waterfidd will as- 
sume the title of assistant trust 
officer and will head tiw tax di- 
rmna in flie Trust Departmoit 
m Charlot^idlle. He b now 
with the tax diviskm of tiie 
Trust DeputiBttit ia NoMk. 



11:00 _ -,^ 

7:30 pjB.— Evtaliii ShrriQi 

LYNNHAVEN iXXUMY 

UNITED C^IM^t 
(Ceaffi^^rfieMl C&fMtea) 
CrMt NMk %mk Mar SfcM» Dr. 
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9:46 a.«.-~rb«r<^ S^oej-juwua, 
11:00 a.m. — Momtng WmtM 
7:S0 p.m.— -PHicrte Ml^^ 
No-ii«rv f or (PMB twM »rt 

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cruku 

Ml LoiMwi^ Ave., BAaof lllMt 
Vlivbria BeMh. Va.. ^^ 
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Nunery at ■■ MivlMt 



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KIm'. Grraft R4. « IMM^fen 

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Rav. U J. Tarl«r. M. l^a^ . . 
8 a.ni. — Hofy CMfuaii^ra 
10 a.in. — ^Family S«rvk« 
Holy CommanioB Irt A 8rd S^ 
U ominff Vrvjvt otlier SnAiya 
3}i«reh School eoneomM^ irttk 
Family Sanrieo 



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Oceim 

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11:00 am;— WodM^ Sertpfc* 

MAMOND SPiaN«»''- 

anosTiAN cmflKS 

6700 W. Hadeokoad ,,^ 

Near IjMtie OyA Pbrj 
G. D«Hi 8te«cvw. Va*» 
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9:4S «.m.— Wonb^ Sri^ 

9:45 «jn.- " ' ' 

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CHUM»I 
NovJMeattev At 
Joka B. E>ay Efeeeeataf^ 

J. StealMi Wbaimt 
MonriBf Wonhip— 10:00 
Choreli Sietool^liaS AJL 



CORNERSItmS BiU^IST 

(ConaMrva^M^^a^ 
R*v. Pai#«r Yaaaff 
aao R«d Tide Road 
Lyanlnrra C^Mur 
10;00 a.m>-iimday MmI 
11:00 a.m — Uffind^r Siinrleo 
7:80 pjB.«-^«iJi^r tai^ 
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\^»NIA ^%Q4 ION, ThMn^y, hm I; 1965 



The Mixing Bowl 

1^ LUCHJ aARK 

y'lTf^ Betch SUN Food EdUor 




K$n^vUk Kimkrgarten's Spring Play 




tfiiinf Do 
%smf wfcy Aey^ caBed 
I? Th^ were to 
they were OTig- 
knil^ 10 market Mrung 
ill «nws. Reeoads Indicate that 
ttttr eiMvirtett be^ in the 
m eioBvy M they have kmg 
hen • pc^MT toai of food for 
all clatHl dC |Mr^ «I1 ov^ 

The «W Mrawheitin, which 
fww over large areas <rf the 
IMiHed Slates, Asia and Earope, 
tave tecs Mistly improved b^ 
(^h«ten. Ttm te evKlm^ by 
M fact that hi this coMtry die 
ciwt^p; tt^uaJ pro^ictkM] k 
abcwt 300 miUiOT quarts. 

"&kf an pornn in every 
wiA Arlamn, Caiifomia 
Tttammi iotefag in pro- 
m. their Moot ii from 
Ayril M ifee Mid of Jane, hot in 
M«e ttorieifi nukea Aey are 
<4>limabte tfirou^KNit the yrar, 
doe 10 in]xt>ved mediods of 



sw^ened stnnrtsara^s. Top 
with H pliM heavy cream tkit 
you have whipped with 2 table- 
spoons a>nfectioner's sugar i^d 
a dash of sah. 

Enk^ s«nwhenies while tfapy 
are plentiful in our area— l^y 
are m^ty ^xxlt 



FIVE lOCAL 
GIKLS GRADUATE 



Ipe Miwberry u considered 
oa«if WftkHltrin, bccme 
d iJl flaw, itiP^^iise tad eci- 
otful pulp. R <«»tains rich 
ttom Ol foi^ liffie u4 food 
iron, bott teafKu^ible for tiie 
Ai^ hot ^e^ag t^ of tl» 
<awbeuy fbmr. The sttaw- 
b^0 omtains both citrk acid, 
foiMd in l^iw, UMf nuUk acid, 
kmiA kk ^fik*. That is why 
MrawbeiTtti M« io whol^cmie, 
w $Mii| 1^ iboirid be eaten 
MIk iHraireal seaaon U^. 
1%^ art stUMlrfe ia rtlwJs, dn- 
sem, ttmm tad a ridi Aavc^- 
ii^ ior «ttnr fbo^ «hI bev«- 



Mtty quWqQ #l^n' worth 
<tf ^m^ ^#9mt are man- 
^^lip^^»t ym, M9«i% Ae 
nM9 luiDoitnt of uBcae ate ptt' 
serv^ ,wU> d^^iM far ^- 
voring f«r '^itt^ wd for uye 
m flav«fm 4^i^, ^mp for 
soda'ftHflbuw, and oushed 
fruit for ^i^nritif he cream and 
MttC^. Ltifc <pahtitias of 
^9wterii» are iroxm. 

Mt^ ar« tom£ recipe tim 
w^^ liA^ Mttr toMM. 

fnufnnamv imip 

1 ^ a«lte 

— ■ ■ f^^*'" 

% ^up hta^ croun, whipped 

W^ cap and drain straw- 
bnr^. |Hace th»n with the 
M^ir |Mvf ^c iB^K^fii egg 
««^ jy bo^ aiid beat fhrffy 
mi tt^-Hd>ottt 10' fflintttes. 
Fold In the cream ^t you have 
w^sped iiatV Itffi. eliQI, s^ye 
ni»efh^^^^» widi cooldes. 
Aboit 4 a«wip, 

mmAwmmv gl4cx pie 

1 M^4 d-ioA ^ dieU 
ll§ ^ stiawberiies 
1 HHMpk 
3 tmei^MB eom^tfA 

<Nk tak 

I wAs^feM butter t» margar- 
ine 

1 cup ii4ui^ii fmm% whipped 

2 tiribtaip6(»^ o<^e(^ioners 

jC» a^ WMh tlMS barks hi 
iCcMT wat^, A:ain tlKHt^itf^y. 
Crurii juM ei)K}u^ td malce 1 
cup. 

4mi^i^ 7^3 die rcop of 

Jnished *tfawhf.iTifti and w^ter 



MISS HUME 
TO GRADUATE 



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FARMVILLE — Five gu^ 
from the Virginia BeacG area 
are among rame 240 sraiors 
gradu^ng from LxHigwood Col- 
lege. 

Those graduating lut Mvs 
l-aura Lcs Meyeifidffer, Miss 
VIcian Virginia Petty, Miss I^- 
tricia Sue Wall»x, Miss Eliza- 
beth Odom Wri^t, and Miss 
Mafcia Lm Sei^ried. 

Graduatii^ wiUi a B.S. degree 
in Secondary Educati<Hi, Miss 
lt|$^iiMfer, Slighter d Mr. 
fSm. Robeit E. Meyerhoffer 
of 4317 Hermita^ Road, en- 
tered Loagv^od From Priioc^s 
Anne High School. 

Miss TOty, daughter (rf Mr. 
and lira. A. Wortii Petty. Ill 
•Linkhom Drive, will also grad- 
uate whh a B.S. degree in 
Secondary EducMion. S^ is a 
n«<hiate of Vfaipiia Beach High 
School. 

Miss Wallace, a graduate of 
Virginia Be«:fa H^ School, and 
the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. E. 
t^chman, Jr., d 329 Southside 
•Road, TC(xlv^ a B.S. decree in 
Sec(mdary Education. 

Mm Wr^t, daughter of Mr. 
and Mn. Idim Earle Wright, 
311 29th S^eet, graduates widi 
a ^.S. d^ife «B Solidary Edu- 
cation. Si» h a graduate of Vir- 
ginia B^fU'fto Sohot)!. ^aa 

Miss Sej^ffried, d^ghter of 
Mr. and Mrj. ¥\oyd A. »egfried, 
2308 Indian HiU Road, entered 
Longwood frcNn Prmcess Anne 
Huh ScAod, and graduates with 
a fA. d^iee in Secondary Edu^ ^,„yy ^^^ ^^^^^ ^,^ ^,^^j 

*•"'"• ^ another Country Day student, 

Betsy Bowen, to fill the posi- 
tion of vke president. Recording 
and corresponding secretaries 
arc Joann Maher and Carol 
Bahlman. 




J. C WHEAT 
AND COMPANY 

MBMBEK 

NEW YORK 

STiXXmCHMiOE 

IS ffiLDBN ARC/iDB 
NORKXJC VA 

niONB MAS-43tl 



The grmap of 6 7«*r o\4» who will gradaato to public school next fall aro ^ctared in thoir 
coatuaM, roprMOBting vartooi month* and holidlaft of tha fwtr, •*• Ibojr wretoatad the annual 
Spring FUjr recentir at KemptTilU Jr. High School. Tha privali UadarfMaa b nwilw tho dtroctUa 
of Mm. R. E. Doror and Mr«. H. F. Tylor and elaiM* nra hold aAch yoar at tha CooMamiity Motlwdut 
Church in Acradnla. Rogistrationa aro now baing taken for next fall'* samastar. • 



Cook over medium hoKt, stir- 
ring conttaatiyr, until nrixture 
comes to a boil. Continue chok- 
ing over low heat uqtil Inucture 
will be thickened l^ tln^u- 
cent 'Reaiove from hea and 
stir in bolter. Coo). 

Plaoe iwfN>le berries in ^«d 

pie ibeli,^' tt^t a few cmvx 

ones Inr gamuiL Four coelud 

mixture over Che berries and 

hotirs. Top i^tt 

have Whined 

unti the confe^n- 

i-ugar. ^ 

ifmrnmr cream he 

ileed <»^ pie sheH 

M tb» pour vanilla crff n 

MU'ttM by itsoig 

Jt||B(rvwiHe jNiddii^ ae^ 

ng 40 direfctioni dn ^ck- 

fi^itii sl^wvber- 

.{uart straw- 

sw^en to 

ready iqi ¥fl^t 

•'* serve oawr 

^ Witb ttfc 



SEAfA(^l^-UP 
COKTEST CONCLUDES 

S^ATACK — Two months 
of home improvements, repairs 
and cleaning up concluded Sat. 
night, when awards and prizes 
ftn- die Seat«^ KrcA Gean-up 
Contest were presented at the 
SeatKk Community Center. 

FoHowing a oook-<»it whidi 
wu held oa the Crater's 'grounds, 
^ i^oup nwved inside tte 
favilding f(»- tftt concluding 
drawing. Tokens of appreciation 
weit presented to ccK^hairman, 
Mrs. Charles Renins and Aaron 
Panons and to Mrs. Daniel 
Maytbin who was in charge of 
the ai«a ca{Mains. 

Mrs. R<wi Staton was. tl^ 
winning captain and received $5 
as im jprize. Hk winn'mg con- 
tes&nt in dK drawing was Mrs. 
Ma(teline Dennis, who likewise 
received $5 as her prizs. The 
winning attestant io the draw- 
ing was Mrs. Madeline Eknnisj 
who hkewise receiv^l $5. Other 
ooHtesUnts to receive prizes were 
Mrs. Hvry . M(»rris, awiftkd a 
r^note T.V. a»ntrol, and Edward 
S^aw whose {^tze was a set of 
'garden tools. Two other cap- 
tains <fa«w Mixes at the drawing; 
Mrs. SUas Hyniav won an elec- 
tric charcoal stu^r and Mrs. 
$^na Hughes an imported vase. 

Good citiKnship awards were 
^seflted to the following area 
captains: Charles Williams, Lena 
Brown, Mary XJzzIe, Rosa Sta- 
ton, Henrietta Spence, Mis. 
Ktes Hyroan, Virginia Hayties, 
f%(nmce BIy, Irvii^ Ho^ny, 
Evet^ Ofaefidge, Jesse Biili, 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Hi4^. 
Ntertta Cdwell, Mr. and Mrs. 
jMKpli Orims^ad, Catherine Co- 
fi^, Vivian Malbcn, Margaret 
Mnndin and <^irs. 

T|^ Ctean-up Contest, which 
(pwis^ to be an aaniMri affair, 
wfa ^n«>red by 'the Ju'for 
^^ficn's Dub aad the Virginia 
1^^ Om^il t^ Human Rela- 



GULpPORT, Miss. — Miss 
Suzanne Hume, daughter of Mrs. 
Mildred H. Carmen of Laskin 
Road, was graduated fi-Om Gulf 
Park College, Gulfport, Mis- 
sippi, Sunday. 

Before attending Gulf Park, 
Miss Hume was a student at 
Kaiani High School, Hawaii, At 
Gulf Park, she has been a mem- 
ber -tjf Thtaa Alpha, a social 
sorority. 



^SORORITY EECTS 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Koky 
Wooiling of Country Day School 
wHJ resume her duties as presi- 
dent of the Tri Gamma Sorority 
for the new fall term. The re- 



TEEN TOPICS ■ a ■ Cw*b. R/pattAtaa 

Asat. HooM DoMMi^ialioB Apat 



SUMMER BEAUTY 



OAer officers are Coleen 
Hayward, chaplain; Sharron 
Farmer, sergent-at-arms; Jeanne 
Marie Richwd^m, reporter, and 
Cathy Howard, co - reporter. 
These girls are students at Vir- 
ginia Beach High School. 



MUSEUM CITES THRIFT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Beaoh artist Walter Thrift 
was ons of 20 artists to win cer- 
tificates of distinction for their 
entries in the Vi^la Museum 
exhibition "Vi^ima A r t i « t s 
1965," which will run through 
June 13. 

Thrift's award was for "Rjoe- 
necian P^rat^ase," a woi'k done 
in mi«!d media. 

Some 800 works were entered 
for the ejdnbit but. only 171 
were seleciw Air Hm honor. 



Witfi school almost over, tfiou^ts of fun and sun are begin- 
ning to compete with attention to final eJMm^ book reports oc 
science projects. . ■■ '"i^*^,- ; — 

• *" 

Long, sunny vacation days spent at beach or pool are j'ust 
a few weeks away. Chances are baby-sitting tasks, around-the^touse 
chores or a part-time job will cut into the time you'd like to spend 
sunning and swimming. Too imiciL'too soop js usually the effect 
oi the sun on your skin when you try to make up for lost time. 
Here are a few "do" and "don't" ideas to fceep your skin smoiMh 
and lovely while you're acquiring a golden tan: 

DO follow skin^^re r^es during the. sum- 
mer, too. Vacation doesn't mean giving un^hil^- 
times-a-day soap-and-water cleanshig. Motsturijg^r 
for dry skin, astringent for oily, are just as 
necessary in summer as during the school year. 
A steady diet of hamburgers, fries and malts will 
mean summer and school time skin problems. 
So will lack of sleep. Summer skin care means 
common sense skin care too: Balance diet, plenty 
of rest, and exercise. 

DON'T try to get a tan all at once. TTie 

result can be only one of two looks: lobster-y or 

'Ieatbc(-y. And neither is attractive. Start with a 

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DO use lotion before sunning and again after (lowering. The 
same lotion mi^t serve both purposes for you. Or you might 
want to Tise a moisturizing totion after sun exposure, pafficularly 
if your skin tends to be dry. Whatever you use, apply it generously, 
and use tissues to wipe off excess or to clean up poolside spills. 

IX) protect your face— especiallv extra-sensitive areas like 
eyelids and lips — when you're sunning. Never be withou^our 
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Miss Walthall is on the staff 
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2242 Great Neck Road 
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2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

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242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD 
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504 Laskin Road 
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COURAIN REALTY 

2^8 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

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2606 Pacific Ave. 
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Mayflower Apartments 
P^cme 428-7721 

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2609 Atlantic Ave. 
pHone 428-2515 

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$100 



Regunld W. Oot^m ^ ux to 
I L. FeMon et As, lot 31, pU^ 
ff BayUO^ ^es safe. 3; ttui 
$34.20. 

Divawfied Eti'terprlw*, km. 
^ FfEWSis J. Eitardt, Jr. ^ ui, 
lot 1. plat of Kiiin Cratt m. 
6; tax $37.80. . 

Jack C. Moter ^ ux to Wai- 
ter A. Robittton, Jr. et al, tot 11. 
block J, ptet of Birchwood Gaf- 
4emK^.T, tBi $19.50. ' ' 

W. J. Driver c< a) to Calvin 
K. Soltens et ux, lot 16, «o4k 
\^f (rtat of Araiona VHlaiK sec. 
•; tan $25.20. 

Harvey Laytcwi House, Jr. et 
«x to CU^qrae Wlfloox, Jr., tot 
\5, plat of Eurdia Pa^; tax 
$18.45. 

11u)|na$ Fay Swindell ct ux 
to H. taytcm Hcxia«, Jr. et ux. 
tot 8, block J, ^t of Thalia 
Manor; tax $25.M}. 

Patrkk D. Morlarty el ux to 
Han44 P- Chase et ux, part of 
Jots 1. 2, 3, 4, 23, 24. 25, 26, 
block 29^ p4at of Euclid Place; 
tax $16.50. 

John E. Gibbs et ux to George 
James &*aum, Jr. et ux, lot 17, 
plat of Linkhom, Sec. 3; Ux 
$38.85. 

Clark-WhKehill Corppratton 
to Aeraard Benjamin Dudginski 
et ux, tot 3, block 1, plat of 
Princess Anne Pkza sec. 14; 
m $25.05. :^^ ii^ : 

Ptoo Reaky Corporation et 
als to William J. Meehan d ux, 
tot 25, Wock 17, plat of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 11; tax 
$22.50. 

Point-O-View, Inc. to Mack 
I-. Walker et ux, tot 2, block 3, 
plat of Point-0-View sec. 1; 
tax $36.60. ^ ,^3^^^ 

John G. Ywiftfman, Tt. ei ax 
to Claude B. Davenport et ux, 
tot 22, [Hat of Kempsville 
Heights sec. 2; tax $27.45. 

Frank Horner et ux to Jack 
T. Mustin et ux, lot 0, block 9, 
{riat of Aragona VDla^ sec. 12; 
tax $22.50. 

Marion Lester Hines et ux to 
Raymond J. Tarves et ux, lot 
438, plat of Malibu sec. 5; tax 
$26.55. 

P. W. Ackiss to HTlt Hol- 
land, St., lots 17, 1^ UockaT, 
plat of Vii^inia Bsach Develop- 
ment Company; tax $37.50. 

Avalofl Hiln, Inc. to Graham 
W. JonM et ux, parcel B, p4at 
of Avalon Hills; tax $33. 

CJyds C. Absalom ct ux to 
Norman L. Cockman et ux, lot 
18, plat of Colony Point; tax 
$43.50 

Ponald R. Duncan et ux to 
Michael A. Yerigan et ux, tot 
34, block I, plat of Carolanne 
Farm sec. 1 ; tax $24. 

Meade R. Welch et ux to 
William C. Corvdlo et ux, lot 
117, plat of Thalia Shores; tax 
$36. 

Harry R. Rosen et tix to Wai- 
ter U. Walrfi et ux, lot 35, block 
G, plat of Carolaane Farm sec. 
2; tax $36. 

•Loyd M. Landsdown et ux to 



WilUam Russell fivuw; ei ux, 
ibt 165, ttlat <rf Wi^orcland 
&ltatei Mf. 1; tax $t8i75. 

Wiffia% Earl Fair et ux to 
WMlitti ttenn Wry«, It et ux, 
tot 4. btagc bj fM ci l^incess 
Anne PhA «b. ft; tax $20.85. 

Vli^lnW Beac^ Iteafcy Cor- 
j)orati& to wMliam fleiiry Mor- 
risetti et lU, kM 163, plat of 
WoMtaare Plantattoil wt. 3; tax 
$33.75. 

Viifpii MM ^tty Cor- 
pofatioii ^ ^Wain tto^ Mor- 
ria^ttl et Wk tot^ lej, plat of 
Wwlnin mittttSB ted. 3; tax 
|J3.75.' " T 





et ux 
et ux, 
8, plat 
.%x $18. 
Iftt «t ux to 
>, lot 10, 
^n broke 

ef ux to 
r., lot 76, 



wiHtam m 

to Wiitii^ f . , 
tots i,%tX i 
(^ OkeaaMn 
Oeon^ I, \ 
M. Earl " 

block u; 

Manor aec. 1; 

R<>naW ft 
WmiaM A 
Mock G, trtat of Carolanie Farm 
sec. 3; tax $29.8?: "^^ 

Florieda S. Featress to Oliver 
H. Perry, Jr. ct ux, lot 2, plat 
of Thalia Gardeite s^. 1; tax 
$39.90. 

Marion H. T. Setwcil et ux 
tb Marie 1^. M^pire ^ lA, |pt 7, 
block 16, plat of Cape Henry 
sec. E; tax $22.95. 

Pico Realty Cotpontion eC 
als to Robert Duane Scouten et 
ux, tot 34, btock 16, f^aA of 
Princes Ame Plaza sec. 11; 
tax $23.10 

Pico Realty Corporaticm et 
als to Patrick H. OoedoKr et 
ux, lot a9, blodc 16, plat of 
Princess Anne Plara sec. 11: 
tax $22.65. 

CSiarles J. Hayes et ux tc 
First Cotonial Prdfesstonol 
Building, In., site A, plat oi 
Lynnfaaven Boroiu^ tax $28.20. 

Harry Realty CorporatioB to 
Austin G. ^^MiWailmeakh, Jr. et 
ux, lot 30, plat of Kkigs Grant 
sec. 5A; tax $29.70. 

Marcus G. James et als tc 
John M. Husdtey ct ux, tot 30 
block 10, plat of Diamond 
%ring Homes; tax $2S,2yO. 

O. S. JameH et alt to R^)en 
J. Kecnoy rt ux, lots 25, 27 and 
part of 29, btack 129, plat of 
Virginia Beach Devetopflwii! 
Company Ho. 6; tax $42. 

Gp^c^ ReiMy QHporatiOT 
to Charles D. Pamell, IcH 7 
block 14, plat of Diamcmc 
Spring Homes; tax $18. 

Charlie William Renfro et u> 
to Mary L. Malone, tot 3, pla' 
of Eastern Park sec. 2; tax 
$18.75. 

Harry E. Murphy, et ux tc 
Harry E. Murphy^ ux, 3 jmue: 
eels - plat of Pun^ Borough' 
tax $15. 

Larry Gordon Tabor et ux to 
Frederick C. Wilson, Jr. et ux 
tot 17, block 8, pkit oi Diamond 
SfHing Homes; tax $18. 

•Robert R. Lofcer et ux to Ce- 
cil Manly Harrison et ux, tot 69, 
plat of EtoHamy Manor sec. D-2; 
tax $33. 

Henry L. Foties, Jr. et ux to 



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Oia^ M. Drflai et ux, tot 8. 
block 5, plat id Lake Si^es 
SK. 3; MX $34.M. 

G^vge E Itwwell et i^ W 
Thedidofe Bxmm C^wil A 

ux. m 24. pM ol umm ^ 

3; ttt $34.50. ' 

Market C. Qarton at a« to 
Benjaorin F. I^rris et uS. ^ 
1 and part (rf tot'2, friat (rf 
erty ef A. L. li|MMl|l 
$14.95. ' 

Avftton Hi^, inc. to f^M 
C. }^ii, Sr. * «Mt, W i jiM 
of Homestead lie. 1; M 03 90. 

Oark - Whi&UI OiMraMl 
to Carton fi. Wtniei^'#% W 
13. btock 4, m df ^Mi 
Anne PlaM tec. 14; tax f2l80. 

Philu) Edwnmi K^oe et ux 
to Romey E. Hbltoman ^ ux, 
tot 3, Moclt 43, plat erf Aragona 
Village sec. ^; tax $24. M. 

Norman P. Hayman et ux to 
Kenneth Lyons et ux, tot 3, 





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M 11, 
Anne 



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AlbWt C. Rtuck, If. rt ifi^ lot 
41, ptat <Jt Khua OtenC sec, 
5A; tox $29.|i:^ , ■ 

Hai^ R 
to Wiil)e $ 
23, #1* 42, 

a^^TOwi . , 

btodk n,m^ Oieirt vm Es- 
latai aac. 1; tax $44.85. * 

Ajfred O. Freefty et lUt .tt> 
^sn\ey C. Oardndf et ux, lot 
29. btock 10, plat of Diamond 
Springs; Ux $24.45. 




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Airman Rufus Anthnscm Jr., 
swi of Mr. «m1 Mrs. Rufus An- 
dusion cA. 192 Newtown R(»d, 
has completed Air Force t«slc 
mUitai^ (rainkig at LKklaad 
AFB.tex. 

• • • • 

Airman Raymotid W. An^, 
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Hymon 
Ange c^ 329 LHliam Ave., has 
bean selected for tedtnical 
trainu^ as a policenuui m 
Lackkmd AFB, Tex. 

• • • • 

Airman Carl L. Joyce, son of 
Mr. and Mrs. C^l W. Foster <^ 
5548 Norlina Road, has com- 
(rieted Air Foirce buic military 

miBiM at Lackland AFB, Tex. 

• • * • 

Radioman Seaman Qmrles S. 
J<Anson, USN, sot ci Mr. and 
Mrs. Samuel JohiMsoa of 1077 
Minden Rd., is partkipating m 
training aboard the Atluitic 
Fleet aati-submarine vrarbre 
support aircraft carrier USS 
Randolpii at Guantanamo Bey. 

Cuba. 

• ^ijf a • 

Aylatiofi*"^ttaKftkt's Mats 
Third Chiss Jerry C. Collins, 
US(N, husband d 4^ iotmes 
Miss Dorothy <R. J<4iiaoa of 5 1 2 
Bh'dneck R^d, Is wr^^ii g with 
Carrier Airborne Early miniiftc 
Squadro^J 1 (Detadiment AI^), 
iboard the attack aircraft car- 
rier U^ Midway m <be Weit em 

P«afic. 

« • * • 

Seaman RecruH William F. 
Kigerl, Jr., USN, son of Mr. ,and 
Mrs. William F- Kigerl of 5533 
Whu-laway Rd., has begun nine 
weeks of Navy basic training at 
the U.S. NFa^^l Tracing C^sr, 

Great Lakes. III. 

'• • • • ' 

Midshif^nan Fourth Class 
James A. Dsire Jr., son of Navy 
Captain and Mrs. James A. EHire 
o< 304 Qivalier Drive, and Mid- 
i#iipman Third Class Paul 0. 
Dekcwber Jr., son of Navy Cap- 
tain and Mrs. Paul J. DeRocher 
of 409 Klngswood Pla(% have 
been nominated to Ae Dean's 
Lbt during the second semester 
at the U.S. Naval Academy, An- 
napolis. Md.' 

• • • ♦ 

Mid^ipman Second Cla^ 
Leon^rd^A. !|arkcr Jr., son irf 
Mr. aid l^rs. 1. A. t^rker <t 
4320 T«» y^pods Rd., has been 
Mm^ to the pefei's list duriii^ 
the $(S:<Mid sertester at the U.S. 
Navil Acackmy Annapolis, M^- 

Seaman Jerry C. Whitehurst, 
USQj, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. 
S. ^itcKurst of 2128 Thor- 
ou^Upod kd., was a crew- 
menjcr of the U.S. Coast Guard 
Cuttff Winnebago, >Vfcrch visittd 

KobI, Japan. 

« ♦• • ♦ 

CpnsmKitionman James L. 

Davenport, USN, son of Mr. and 

Mrs. E. L. Davenport of Route 

4 bas reported for duty with 

Mobile 'Constructton Battalion 

Eigl4 at BavidsviHe, R.l. 
•^ ♦ • • * 

Army PFC Harold R. Guinn. 
whos6 wife', GIfcflda, lives at 556 
Woodstock Rd., Is under«oi«^ 
extensive tahk crew qualifita- 
tton trayiwg near Graferi*^, 
Germany. 

Lbuis B. Garret, son of Mrs, 
Lula Garr^ of 1846 Salem Rd., 
has teen promoted to chief mas- 
ter sergeaai, highest enlisted 
grade in'tti^ U.S. Air Force. 

Army PVt. James M. Woolf 
Jr. whose Mrentt- live at 5524 
Hatteras iRd. m^s assigned to ^e 

8th f^m pm^ ^ ^- 

mamr. . . ' 
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Marine Corporal Kenneth J. 
McCtobaa, son of Mr. mi Mrs. 



Francis H. McCroban of 317 
Sweeny Road, assisted in Ae 
laiMJiag of the 9th Marine Eir- 
pedltionary Bripuie aft Da ^M^' 
RepubUc of ykt Nam «m 
servihg with B«taitod Lu^g> 
Team 2/9, aboard the amj^itb* 
ipus osauk ship >U^ 



Marine Lance C<»poral Lee O. 
Wri^, son oi Mrs. BeMia 
E. Wright of 1516 Indepeii^ra# 
Bh^., ahd Marine PrivMc Rrst 
Class John D. Carroll, scm *bf 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Om^ 
of Route 5 aasisted in kuiding 
the NfaKh Marine CxpedlttaMffj 
Brigade at Da Nang, R^tlMW'- 
of South Viet Nam while «^vSf* 
with Mtiine Medhim Helioo|>0^,> 
Squadr<»| 365 aboard the a«i^ 
phibtous assauh ship U^ Pr^6^ 

ton. ■ '*■' ' ' 

♦ • • ♦ 

MachitiMt's Mite First OiMi' 
WHUam R. Lewis III USN, nbk-^ 
of Mrs. iRedia Kutzko of ^T' 
Timberland Trail and S^nuMt 
Raymond P. Tucker; .U^, tkm 
of Mr. md Mrs. R. P. Tucfc»i^ 
4S17^iaTy Ai%., parddonert 
ia die racovery of preset vki^ 
MH aftroimuts and craft March 
'23 limine wrviflg as crewawm* 
bers <rf tlie ttHfiaabaMrine wai^ 
fa^ support airccaft carrier U^ ' 

Intrepid; 

• • • • j,\-,' 

Marine Priwrte Hrairy ' f . 
KautaMQB, son of Mr. and'hftk 
Henry Kauftnann oi 4407 T<^ 
wanda Rd., graduated MaH;h'S4, 
from recruit training at the Ma- • 
rine Cor|» Recruit Depot, t^Mt ' 
Island, S.C. ' 

Airinan Ltoyd R. Curry Jr. 

son <4 Mr. ami Mrs. Lk^ i^. 

Curry of 1121 Baker Rd., h«* 

codiptotfil Air Fon» baaic tqtil^' • 

tary tnij^g at Lackiaid A^' 

Texas. -"'' »f»'- 

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Airman Willk J. Gam'^m'^ 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wmt-^: 
Gavin Sr. has cw^i^etod -iMt^ 
Foffce basic nuUtaty traiakyfUl^ 
Lackknd AFB, Texas. 

Airman Dennis L. Da^%^pc||4 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R.l 

Steriing Jr. of 2728 Swre Dltvc' 
has complete Air Force ^^i^i* 
miUtitfy training at LadUrad 
M% Texas. 




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vr-ROmiA BEACH — 
Major C. J. ^veiB, son 6t Mrs. 
Clarence Stevens of 717 13th 
Street was reantly promot?^ to 
his pre»Hit rank from caftan. 

He entered the ^ Fon^ia 
1952 and has %rved b^ in 
ti^ States and abnMd duri^ hit 
tiiore diaii 12 ymrs ci «^vi$f 
as a rs^lar ctf^. 

He IS at pi^nt wift the 
S44tii Asm^Dt Reoottab- 
sfpce T^^h^ Wi^ ¥ Ne- 

He and his wMc. Mai^e' 
have dvee (Attl^^ Palcicia 
Kay, Tem Laa, «^ Vaa Allen. 



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BUAL DISGUISE ~ RklMrJ iAmtom, a. « da.kinc kithway. 
■WK, (UagniM* luBMlf aa a «r»alt^ aaa captain to woo a rick 
wMott, ^A» m i*Mily pMailaaa M«U FlaadM^ portrayal by Kin 
Msvidb Tha faaUva ball i* mmrtiy mm aloMaal «f tbft b«wdy, laatCvl 
•ra of M^actiM aad plaaaar* tkat mhm« ta lifa ia^'The Amorea* 
A«ir«atar«* of MaU Pludara," a Marcal Hallataa Production for 
nuraaoaat ralaaM opMuag Wadnaiday at tba Baacb Tbaatra. 
INrMfta4 by Tarwica Yaant from a tcrooaplay by Daaii Caaaan, 
tt» 0hm la ia Tadwicdor and PanaTisioa. Kim Novak and Richard 
Jataaaa M^tar wHb Aatala Laaabary, Vittorie D^ Sica, Laa 
McKara, Caarga Saadora aad Lilii Palnor. 



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Mbi Flanden, one of tfie 
luflti^ ladMs m &i^ish bi^ory, 
has fa«en Ixought to foU^^lood- 
od We -^ somewii^ in the 
m^ler of James Bond. 

Kkn No^^ ma m Kont'^ 
yMo^ ^nir VaH^ kx tMe- 
rale locatioii-filmtng ^ '*T1ie 
AAatoiM Advaitur» of MoU 
RtM^v," opemi^ We«toe9day 
tt the Mnoess and Be«:fe 



JC^ectiqg her io tiiU bawdy 
IStii Gentttiy wmip was Britain's 
Tciesce Young, who bnwght 
Agtent 007 to the icr^ m the 
^wy 8iia*ssful "Dr. No" and 
"Fran Ruma ll^lth Love." 

Between takes — white Miss 
H0ilk m$ ivlaxtag bdiind Ihe 
9Bmm 1^ kxMoiiflf her (WKta- 
MM fiVMl — YooM dtt- 
cmed Ae ^imim& n^ be- 
timiaiiei noed nd k««, the 
mmft$SmA tnmy hm cte^ta 
In Uk early pan of the 18th Cm- 
tun^ 1^ ooveli^ Ehuilel Defoe. 
He remarked, "nrecttm t^en 
hU mHo the toipcl beii^ too re- 
i^stfM about a period jriece, of 
i^U^ it (m thehr knees, fev«- 
afy, itnffily. 

HlWl, in "The Amofdos Ad- 
we^fes <i MoU Flandm,* Fm 
t(]|iic to make a i^ure with the 
w^ mn of tenipo as I §tve my 
twC" Bead fihrn. Hiere's no 
t^mm why ^u diouMi give a 
period tempo. ' 

f Besictes, I don't thrak flow 
JMfp fits McHl's pctiidd, uiyway. 
^ 18th Omttiry in E^^and 
w^ a paitkularly racy a^ and 
n^jMM to reflect Aat in a very 
AM^, SMi very sexy, pictare." 

Nni^ in Fnavision uMi 
'nehfllocMor. Young explained 

t*to <»^ tiie mood of die 
he was em{rfoying con- 
camera movemrat 



"Also, we will haw very fist 
cutting and some overlaf^ng on 
dialogue. Everybody will be talk- 
ing at a faster tempo than they 
would in a conventional film." 
The duect(H-, riuxjting "The 
Amorous Adventures <^ Mol 
Flanden" as a Marcel HeHman 
production for Paramount re- 
lease, noted: "I made the Bond 
pictures tongue-in-cheek. In this 
Me, we'iw also put oat tongue- 
in-cheek. You must be faintly ir- 
reverent these days to keep an 
audience witfi yoa." 




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"CURSE OF THE UNDEAD" 

ALSO CARTOONS.STAGE FUN-CHAPTER 9 LOST PLANET 
STARTS WEDNESDAY JUNE • 



Wedgewooif 
Opens With 
Irish Play 



WILLIAMSBURG ^ You 
take an Iri^ widower, give him 
four young daughters, one (rf 
whom is pursued by the son of 
the widower's arc* enemy, and 
you have some indication of the 
hilarity coming to the Wedge- 
wood Dinner-Theatre, Williams- 
burg, May 31, in the form of 
a play called, "The Loud Red 
Patrick." _^_==i=^ 



Hellman and Young — Who 
s^wdVittorio De Sica, Richard 
J^»}n, Angela Lansbury, 
Geo^e Sanders, LiHi Palmcf.and 
Leo McK^n to work with Mfss 
Novak — 8(»Nired both Ireland 
and Britain before tfiey set^d 
cm GiMian Q»tle as the perfect 
9ptx tor nnich d the picture's 
action. 

A touching and utmic climax 
(tf tfak film w^s played off Ae 
set by Kim Novak mi R^ard 
Johnson, who amear as lovers 
to "Moll Flanders" and who 
have now become "real lile" 
kwers by Afir recent marriage 
m Colorado. 



CANTFORT ELECTED 

NORFOLK - NEWPORT 
NEWS, — A. R, Van Cantfort, 
program manager for WAVY- 
TV, has been elected to a two 
year term as a member of the 
board of directors of the Na- 
tional Association of Television 
Program Execut!v». The elec- 
tion took place at a recent meet- 
ing of the assocntion at the 
Savoy Plaza Hotel in New Y«k 
City. 



Crofsword Puzzle 




Paul Iddii^ wffl txamy flie 
head of this Irish family who 
has iMroduced democratic prin- 
ciples into his household of 
daughters, ran^ng from 7 to 17 
years old, by instituting a family 
council in whidi each member 
has a number <rf vot« equal to 
the w>ter's a^. 

rtpa hm mosf^BJ^ bemg 
45, .lAit if his youngsters vote as 
a block they can ballot him 
down. He has usuaHy been aWe 
to engineer a decision !K:cording 
to his preferoice, thou^ tiie 
girls' ages tcrtal five more than 
his own, through judiciously 
bribing youn^r council mem- 
bers with candy. 

In this way he is able to con- 
trol Ae family ballot box when 
it comes to inviting his old friend 
Finn^an, a song and dance 
man, played by Frank Staroba, 
to come live in his house. 

The big crisis arises when 
Maggie, the eldest daughter, 
played by Kathey Bush, wishes 
to get married instead of going 
to college as Papa has planned. 

For Papa, this is unthinkable 
on two counts. He is a devotee 
of college education, and he has 
a feud witfi the suitor's fatiier, 
who is head of the gas com^mny. 

In die ^d the love-loMy wins 
out in the parliamentary ma- 
neuvwing <rf the family council. 
For all his loudly proclaimed 
liberalism — on the side of edu- 
cation, if not on the side of 
romance — Patrick Flannigan 
accepts defeat and a son-in-'law 
with equal grace, and the dapper, 
scrounging Finnegan escapes the 
ex-Mrs. Finnegan's demand for 
alimony and jail. 

Peyton and Lindsay Powell 
and Kristine Hamilton will play 
the younger females of the Flan- 
nigan tribe. I^Vid McClung will 
be the gas company scion in 
white duck pams, blue jack^, 
bow tie, and stiff straw hat, and 
Arden Staroba will be seen as 
Ihe^tamtty's housekeeper. 
Timothy L. Jones, currently 

6 laying a lead role in "Spoon 
iver Anthology," directed. 



Sea Report& 
Now On WGK 



NEWPORT NEWS —'WGH 
Radio and the United Stat|» 
Coast Guard Auxiliary innau- 
gurated a new service for boat- 
ers and fisherman last weekend. 

During the coming months, 
sea condition reports will be 
radioed frwn all sections of 
Tidewat* to WGH Radio's 
"Control Central" beginning at 
6:45 a.m. <m Saturday and con- 
tinuing throi^ Sunday afte^ 
noon. 

C(»st Guard flotillas will be 
lespomible for vaUous waltel- 
areas and keep WGH listeners 
posted on the height of waves, 
visability, wind, filing condi- 
tions Ai^ congested areas. Ear- 
lier rius month, station officiala 
met with R. W. V^iteed, cap- 
tain of division 6, of U.S. Coast 
Guard Auxiliary ajnd other <rffi- 
cers of local flotillas, and worked 
out details on these reports. 

Fisherman will be able to 
know sea conditions, prior to 
living shore. Between 6:45 and 
8:45 a.m. Saturday and Sunday, 
when most fisherman are m- 
tcrested in water conditi<»is. 
TTiese reports will be broadcast 
twice houriy. From 9:45 a.m. 
'til late afternoon, reports will 
be houriy at forty-five minutes 
past the hour. These reports will 
be unique since they will cov^r 
aill water areas. 

Boaters will be constantly re- 
minded, during these reports, 
that it is important to put safety 
first . . , and to have their boats 
courtesy safety checked by tfie 
Coast Guard Auxiliary. 

SAFE DRIVERS AWARDS 



Father-Daughter Dance 



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IfS Street J^ Atlantic Avenue-Virginia Beach 
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SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS AT 12 NOON 




RsibmhU of Viiviafai BMcb Mcorted hit IotvIv 
da«fht«r, Lciia, to tho umv^! F«th«r-D*McliUr DaAce during th« 
combiiiod M«y D«x-Par«ntt' W«ek-«n<i raceatly at Stratford Col- 
i«fo, wiioro Leiia U ■ frMlunaii. SoTnral tpMial «Tent« highllfhtod 
tlM wook-aad. 



FORT STORY — Twelve 
civilian employees of Fort Story 
were presented with Safe Drivers 
Awards in Ceremonies conduct 
ed at the Post Parade Field. 
Colonel Jerome K. Hostetk|t> 
Post Commander of Fort Story, 
addre^ed the group and cited 
them for a job well done, stres- 
sing the importance of their ac- 
complishment. 




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VEPCO DIVIDENDS 

RiaiMOND — The Board 
of Direi^prs of Virginia Electric 
and Power Co. at a meeting 
held in New York today <k- 
clared a dividend ol 30 cents 
per share <» the Common Stock 
for the second quarter of thft 
year. 

Hie dividend (tedared to<kv 
repments aa incmase of 2 
cents pw share over the first 
quarter dividend. ITje action of 
^ BcMU'd increases the annual 
dividend from $1.12 per share 
to an indicated annual rate of 
$1.20 per share. 

Hie dividend is payable June 
21, 1965, to holffers ot reccn-d at 
<he cloK of busitttss on June 1, 
1965. I 



Presenting the awards was 
Mrs. J-ouise J¥. jClar)i, the civi- 
lian Personnel Director of Fort 
Storyj Colonel Donald M. Davis, 
newly appointed Transportation 
CKficer at the Transportation 
Center at Fort Eustis; Lieuten- 
ant Colonel Laurent Haskell, 
former Transportation Officer 
at the Transportation Omdr, 
and Gerald McCane, assistant 
Transportation Officer lor Fort 
Story. 

Receiving awards were: Elishi 
Mitchell, Willis Jackson. Willis 
Harrison, Louis Cason, Roy 
Hdt, Willian) McAnsh, of the 
Fort Story Transportation Divi- 
sion; Melvin Owens, Wiftwrt 
Bell, Edward Dudley, of the En- 
gineer Division, and James 
Merkle of die Fort Story Con- 
solidated Supply Branch. 

Special 10 year Safe l>ive| 
Awards went to Robert Gregory 
and Junious Willis, of the Trans- 
pbrtation Division, each receiv- 
ing a check for One Huncked 
Dollars. 



To Display Art 

NORFOLK — A steoll 
through Downtown Norfolk be- 
tween June 11-19 will introduce 
Norfolk shoppers to tfie works 
of many Tidewater artists. 

Dowiitown Norf<rfk store 
windows that week will disfriay 
oil paintings, watercolors, and 
drawings by area artists. 

Entries for the show will be 
accepted between 9:00 a.m. and 
8:00 p.m. Monday, June 7 and 
9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon, 
Tuesday, June 8 at the ballroom 
of the Monticelk) Hotel. 

There will be $525 in cash 
prizes. In addition to "best-in- 
diow," awards will Jjc made in 
three categories: oH pamting (or 
polymer), watercSolors, and draw- 
ings and graphics. 

Entry blanks can be obtained 
\m writing: Dowhtown Norfolk 
Association, Art aiow, 207 
Granby Street, Norfolk, Virginia. 

OUTDOOR ART SHOW 




JAM SESSION 
SAT. & SUN. ^ 

From 2 to 6 Foaturinf 

UVE musk; 



# 300 Car Parking Lot, 




NOW OPEN POR THE SEASON 



FAEE GIGANTIC 

^ PIREWORKS.^ 
DISPLAY 

SATURDAY AT 10 P.i 



DANCING NIGHTLY IN BALLROOM 



# Bath Houta Ab^ 
Refreshment Stands 
Open Daily At 9 A.M. 

# All 12 Ridat In Fnll Swing 



FREE CIRCUS ACT 
SimOAY AT 2:30 P.Ml 

"CANDY THE CLOWN" 

Party Gamea-Prixet-Fun I 



50 - AHRACTIONS - 501 



BAYSIDE — Mni. Elizabeth 
D'Auria, artist and art teacher 
wiH hold her Third annual 
-Outdoor Art Siow" at her stu- 
dio grounds, 3789 Jefferson 
Boulevard, Sylvan Beach, begin- 
ning June 5 and continuing 
throu^ June 7. 

The work exhibited will be 
of the students currently takmg 
instructions and any student who 
has received lessons since April 
1963. Tlie pictures exhibited 
must have been painted in class. 

The pictures will be judged 
and the prize for the '*be« in 
the show" >will be an oil por- 
trait by Mrs. D'Auria. 
. The hours of the show on Sat- 
urday will «be from noon to 9 
p.m. Sunday hours will be from- 
noon to 5 p.m. and on Mem- 
day there wiil be an irt auction 
of the pictures which will begin 
at 10 a.m. All pictures not sold 
will be picked up Monday, be. 
tween 2 and 5 D.m. \ 

Regi^aticm for a Landsca^ 
Class in {Muiti^ is open now. 
TlHs ctess begint Tuesday, at 
9:30 a.m. and wiU run for nhie 
weeks. 



THEATER BOSS — Joyce 
Dellinger, Hampton drama 
teacher, ia the new director of 
the Outer Banks Playhouse at 
John Yancey Motor Lodge, Kill 
Devil Hill, N.C., this summer. 
The company will open its 
second seaaon with "Voice of 
the Turtia" Jane 21 and run 
nightly except Monday through 
July 10. (Aycock Brown Photo) 



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TV- 
TEST 



1. Sha't Mis. Donlal Boon*. 

9m Malm Ann Andais 

PMridaMair 



X Sh» iMi flH« rota in 

''Kcnwi" Mriat. 
DdibiaWatten MIml Scott 
Susan Wabb 

S. Star of Hitchcock's *11w 

Mmikay's Paw." 
Ann S^am Balla Da\rfs 
Jana Wyatt 

4. Program Nni on "Say 
Whan" fariot. 

Husk Downs Ait Jamoc 
Bill Ltydan 

5. Mt SMH on "Wnd Kbig- 
dom." 

Chris Schankal ^v 

Bob Palmor 

Jbn Fewlor 



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Boifd, Part QM08 Box S48S, 
RichmoM* V^^it 232W. 

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Nonqs 

Vii|>«U: 

The fMdir meet^ ^ Hk 
Council el the Ci^ «f ViifiiUt 
leach will be kt^ in the Cir- 
cuit Ccwrt on Monday, June 14 
1965 ml if dock P.M. at wMcfi 
dnM perstMU wHl be heard for 
•nd against the foHowing prp- 
posed dia^s of xc^g, qae 
permit!, «c.: 

I. A^ieatioii of G. E. 
WethcrjBrton St Soas, Inc. for a 
diangc of H>ning from Resi<feiice 
Suburban IMstrict 4 (R-S 4) to 
Limitc|d Commercial District 
2 (C-t 2>trf certain pnM&ty 
fronting 139.7 feet on Ac &wft 
side of Vii|riaia Beach Boult- 
vard, b^pw^ at a point 1550 
feet, MOM OT kcs, West of Witch- 
duclc Road. &id property being 
triangular in shape; having a 
depth of 411.74 feet along the 
Westeiii property line, a d»- 
tancc of 387.32 feet alo^ the 
Entem pn^rty line. Bayside 
Borough. 

II. <,^pKcatk)ii oi Guctavw 
Corpo«km by Hertert L. 
Kwmer, Attorney, for a diai^e 
of zonii^ from Residence Duplex 
District 2 ^-D 2) to Genial 
Commercial District 2 (C-G 2), 



the 





Multiple-Fwnily Resi<tence Dis- 
trict (R-Np and R^jdeoce Du- 
plex Distrkt 2 (R-D 2) with 
Mcrtrt, Tourbt and Restaurant 
District (T-2) Supplement and a 
Use Permit to construct a six 
story apartment building^ 
^rcel A to be C-G 2: Propw- 
fronting 3C» feet on the North 
Qf Shell Road, located m 
Northeast intersection of 
thatnpton Boulevard and 
Sl^<4 Road. Having a depth of 
feet along the Western 
rty line (ri^ of way of 
lii^i^on Boulevanb, a 
feet akmg tfcp Nor- 

a d£|tt of 256 
the Eastern jwoperty 

Parcel B to ix R4) 2 with 
T-2 Si»fricment: Property front- 
ing 409 feet on the Nmth side 
(rf Shell Road, having a depth c^ 
256 feet man or less along the 
Western ^k^rty line (Eastern 
property Imd of Pan^l A), frcmt- 
in| 430 feet aloi% tiie Soudi 
stie of Nordiampton Boulevard, 
having a <teplih of 428 feet atong 
the Easteni {Hoperty Kfie. 

Ppwl C to be R-M: Property 
fronting 1263 feet more or less 
on the North side of Shell Road, 
having a dtsp^ of 428 feet more 
or less akng the Western pro- 
perty line (Eastern [Koperty Hne 
of Pared B). Frontmg 728.80 
feet on the Sbuth side of North- 
ampton Boulevard, having a 
depth of 767.29 feet along tiie 
Eastern property line. Contain- 
ing 15 acres, more or less. Bay- 
sidb Borou^. 

III. Application of Dave MH- 
kr Reahy Iik. by James and 
CmisoIvo, Attorneys, for a 
change of zoning from Residemce 
Duplex District l'(R-D 1) to 
General I«iustrial District 1 
<M-1 1) of (^rtain property front- 
ing 300 feet on the East side of 
Hftfland Road, beginning at a 
point 1050 feet East of HuW«r 
Lane, haviag a <te{^ of 883 feet 
more or less along the Northern 
property li^, a tvidtfa (^ 302 



fwt m«e w le^ 

894 k^ tic^ 1^ JSerito*^!^ 
pcrty line. KenjpivtUe Bonm^. 

IV AMli<^ti©B ci Avakm 
Clurch M Christ hv W. E 
Dowdy for a Use Permit fo oper- 
ate a cAundi on mtiun orMo^ 
frontiiK 304 feet oB *e Hm 
side of Provideiiei Hoad, be^- 
niqg at a pcriot 210 feet iMre or 
1^ East of Woocfetaek Ibad. 
Htviiit a d^ or «I.2I fcet 
•»R| the Extern pnm^ |w, 
a MXWrined depOi of 59|.64 feet, 
atong Hif ^(Qr(hem iMopfefty Uae 
and a pomdiped depth of 789.61 
feet dong the Western wop^y 
line (honti^ 381.57 feet on Ae 
East side of Woodstock Road, 
bei^nittg at a potai 175 feat 
North of ProvUenee Road). Q»- 
tain^ 5 «:re^ more or kss. 
R^t of way as propc^d by In- 
tentate 64 plana to c|o|i ^uth- 
era portion ai Mt prc^wrtyl 
KempaviUe Borough. 

V. AppUcatkw of Avdon 
Hills Im. hy Kellam and Kelhm, 
Attorneys, for a duu^ <rf kmi- 
ihg from Residence Duj^x Dis- 
trict 1 ("R-D 1) to Geoeral Com- 
mercial Vntnu 1 (C-G 1) and 
Limited Commerdri Diftrict 1 
(C-L 1) and a Use Parmit tof an 
autoMiM>t^e servkc tWion. 




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servK* 
To be C-G 1 : Certain property 
located at tiie Southwe^ ieter- 
sanltm €i Whitchorst Landhw 
Road and Providence Road- 
Fronting 155 feet more or less 
on the South side of Providence 
Road, having a dejHh of 175 
fe« along the West side of White- 
hurst Landing Road, a width of 
197 feet along the SmUlKm pro- 
perty line aiKl a defMh of 151 
feet akmg the Weston property 
line. 

To be C-L 1: Certsin prdp^ 
fronting 298.1 1 feet tm the Soutii 
side df Prov^srKC Road, b^in- 
nii^ at a point 155 feet more 
or less West of Whi^wM Land- 
ing Road. Having a depth of 1 15 
feet along the Western property 
line, a width of 275 feet along 
the Southern property line and a 
deiKh oIlSl feet along, the East- 
em projierty line KempaviHe 
Boroug^. / 

VI. Applicirtion at Chioch d 
God by Rev. L. D. Hudson for a 
Use Mvmk to ope^e a ehweh 
on. certahi property fronting 
29047 feet oh the Siwft «4£ of 
Wo^Mie Koad, beginiring at a 
foidt \2tiM feet We^ of Hill- 
top Road. Havi^ a dej^ of 
^95.50 feet akwg the Western 
property line, a wi^th of 290 
^t ak)ng ^ Southekti ptoperty 
Ime and a depth of 305.46 feet 
along die Eastern property line 
(suMivision ^ Hillhop M»mh). 
Containing 2 aots. Lyi^aven 
Borough- 

VILJ" Aj^icHtiftn <rf F. Donafi 
Reid and Haasd Perrell by 
Robert B. Groowpll Jr., Attw- 
ney, for a Use Permit to erect 
$6 apartment imits oil certain 
prop&ty dlesi|nlted as Site B, 
Oconee Park. Frorttlng 95.06 
fMt en the WastMii end of 
Pconee Avenue (cul-de-sac), 
^v|pg.a (^pth Qf 480 feet along 
the Northern property line, a 
width of 316 feet aloa| the West- 
ern property line (loiraon Bridge 
Creek) and a depth of 674 feet 
along the SooAern property liiw. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

VIII. Application of Rose lii- 
vestment Corp. by fmm and 
Consolvo, Attomcw Hot a change 
of zoning from Re^ev» Du- 
plex Disuict 1 (R-D I) to Limb- 
ed Ommemiia Distfic4 1 (C^ 
1) and a U8# Permit to optri^ 
a skating rWc on certain itfoper- 
ty fronting 1210 feet more (W 
less on the Ea^t s^ of South 
Lynnhaven Road, begummg on 
the West side of l.(»Q(n Brictee 
Creek. Havtog a 4ep&i of 1080 
feet more or lest alcH^ the East- 
em . property iia# (hm^n 
Brid^ Creek), a ^^tfa of 890 
feet rtore or less ^oog tf* N«- 
ttem property line. Contaming 
17, acres, more or lew. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

IX. Applicati<m of Ewin A. 
Ottioger for a chfi^ ctf xo^im 
from Residence Sirf)urban Di^ 
trict 3 ^-S 3) to Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) of 
certain pn^rty fronting 120.13 
feet on the North side <rf Pot- 
ters Road, Ixgihning at a point 
1614 feet West of Londcxi Bridge 
lU»d. Having a depth of 534.35 
feet aloig Uk Easteni property 
line (Wc^ern property MoeSaf 
London Brid^ BapdA aiun:h), 
a wiAh of 122.42 f«5t along die 
NcM^m ^perty lipe agd a 
depth of 529.55 feet along the 
Wlitem property line. ty«n» 
tnimi BcKOugfa. 

n. Api^icatlon of 'Bintaeok 
Country Club Apartments T/A 
Ikivonshire Towhe Hcnae Apart* 
msm by Bd^ft L. ^ammm and 
Frank E. Butler IH, mtdrneys, 
im a chaiue^ol scnii^ bom 
i^i^ttc« w^MKbaa Distrfct 3 
(R-S 3) with Motei, Toonst ^ 



tWgM.NWffH 



RMtawant Diatrkt Cr-2) Supple- 
mm$ kr Multiple-Family Rnid- 
m^ ttstrict (R-M) and a Use 
Pennit to c^istnict 75 town- 
house aptttmoili on certain pro- 
perty floating ^3 1 feet on the 
WeM side ef CWSeittck Road, 
'^onthy 110.23 fcM on the South 
»m of laakin Roikl, having a 
combinwi daptti qf 97I.S5 Feet 
akJM the Weftera prc^jert^ line 
(Bi^ieck A<»« 41M l»oi»rty of 
others), having a «tt«MBed width 
ol 918.04 feet iMm *e South- 
em imjperty line (Bii^Mek Acres 
Wd R. I. I4Ub property). Con- 
taining 6,237 ^tfi, Lynnhaven 

BoRHIgh. 

XI. Api^icallwi ci Howerin 
Realty Ovrporation by R(*ert 
B. Hdwwm for a diaage of zon- 
i^ torn R^ideoDe ^rinirNn 
Iftttkl 2 CR-8 2) to Residence 
Sutmrban Distr^ 3 (jK-S, 3) of 
«irtain property frontteg 388 
4«t more or less on Ae North 
|j(fe of W<4fttaie RoiKl, begin- 
niiv at a poi«t 200 &et EaM of 
Ba&io Drive. Having a depth c^ 
550 feet more or less along the 
Western pit^rty line, a width of 
385 feet more <w less along the 
NorAem fwoperty line, and a 
conrtsined depth of 805 feet along 
tic Eastern property line. Q>n- 
taif^ S apm, HM^e w km. 
Lynrifiaven Borough- 

XII. AuiUa^ of City of 
Viimrai BmkA icv a chan^ of 
aumg from RMidenoe Ehiplex 
patrict 2 (R-D 2)ao Limited 
Commercial District 1 (C-L 1) 
and a Use Permit to operate a 
boat marm on certain propetty 
frontin| 220 feet on the South 
side cJ Lynimaven Drive, be- 
ginning at a point 300 feet East 
of VMfe Circle. Having a depdi 
of S30 fe^ along the Western 
propmy Une, a wkIA of 210 
feet akag Ac Southern pr<^erty 
line 0Long Creek) and a d^itb 
of 500 fe^ along the Easfem 
pron^y line. L3Wdiaven Bcff- 
oupi. 

XIII. Application of Terof^ 
Emanuel t^ W. Blum for a Use 
Permh to (^rate • ehmch on 
oertam property located at (he 
Soi^east iiHersection of 25th 
Street and Baltk Avenue. From- 
iag 120 fe^ 00 the Soirth side oi 
tStt Street, paving a depth of 
99.85 feet on the East side of 
Baltic Avemie, a widdi of 120 
feet aloi^ the Southern property 
line and a de|»h <d 99,85 feet 
along tie Eastern wtmeftt' ^ii^. 

fVi«!lW~fe«A Bdrd^Pr*- 

XIV. Ajqilication of Tlvomas 
E. Hurley for a change of zpn- 

ing from One-Family Resi<fei^ 
District (R-1) -to Two^Family 
ResMence District (R-2) ol Lots 
6, 7 and 8, Block 7, plat of 
Pinewood. Sakf parcel being tri- 
angular in shape, located at Ae 
biterseetion m Pinewood Drive 
and Lake Drive. Frc«tuig 147.04 
f^t on die South side of Lake 
Drive, fronting 117.70 feet on 
Pinsw^ood Drive, having a depth 
of 109.91 feet along the Eastern 
property Jinc. Viijgiiua Bdn^ 
Borough. 

John V. Fenitr«»s, 

City Clerk 

by: Margaret M. Ifood 

Deputy City Clerk 

6-3-2T 




a>h,k:ants 

SGFOICB 




6-3-lT 



mrncE 

Notke is teeby ^n «M m 
Older AUed May 18, 196S te 
beep issued by tte midi^ped 
authorizn^ (he nanw (4 w^C^ 
Screw DIPLOMAT tiMiM 
number 280089, owned hyO»- 
eron A. Mumlen, of lAich Hm- 
iolk, VirpsM is tte h«ne jMli 
IP be chained, to FCML SMRI 
Roy W. Edwar^ 
Deputy GoUectof ia Cktm 

of MirflBc Wcwk 
»ort of Norfott, \%. 

5-27-4T 



CC^fMOIVWEALTH 

OF VIBGINU 

b the dprit^ Office of tte 

CiitvitCovloflhe CHyof VIr- 

gliria BcMh, on Ihc ISlh day of 

May, 1965. 

DUNA HOltIS WOLF, 

KumiM, 

t againit 
TW(MAS ANTHONY WOtF. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
o4Hain a divcxce a Viacuk) 
Matrunoni from the said de- 
fendant, upon tl» groimds <rf 
desertion. 

And an affidavit haviu hiwr 
made and fUed iim the defoli- 
ant is a nott-reai<fent of tihe 
^ate of Vir^ma, Ae last knom 
post office i^ikess being: % Aa- 
dRw J. Wolf, 9th Stfvet, i|. 
Louis, Mtaaouri, it is <»dered 
that he do appeu- here within 
ten (10) days ater cNie paUica- 
tion hefB(rf, and 4^ m»t may 
be n«:«sary to pmteci his 'In- 
tpr^t in ^is suit 

A oopy—Tetl^: 

KWN V. FprimESS, Clerk 

By: Mary U. W^ite, DC. 
DREWRY & EVANS p.%. 
3007 Pacifk Aven«e 
Virginia Beach, Vii|;inia 

5-20-^ 



BKmcE (m 

PUBUC HEABIMG 

T!m V]i|inia Beach Zmi^ 
Bcnrd of Appeals will coodiKX 
a Public Hearing cm Monday, 
June 7, 1965, at 8:00 p.m. m 
the Municipal Court Building at 
Chy Hall, Princess Anne Sta- 
tton, Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
The foHowmg applications wHl 
appear on thg t^l^diK 

. Henry A, Ihot*. 401 49lh 
Street, Vjifinia Beaeh^ Virginia 
requMt a variance of 15 feet 
from required 25 feet to 10 
feet on lots 229, 230 locate 
in the Hollies subdivisicmiM 401- 
49th Street. Lypiaven Borouj^. 

CaaeH 

C. Hines, 104 A^lla Street, 
Vii^inia Beach, Virginia requests 
^ variance of 4 feet from re- 
QlMred 30 feet to 26 feet on lot 
59, Avella Street in tiie sub- 
^vision oi Westview, Kempsville 
Borough* 

Case ni 

B. B. Hanison, 96 Caspian 
Aveni^, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia requests a variance of 6 
feet frcrni required 10 feet to 4 
feet op Soudi siite (rf Lot 1, 
Block 41, at 96 Caspian Avenue, 
subdiviskm of Shadow l^wn 
Hcigkts, Virginia B«K:h Bor- 
on^. 

Caaa IV 

Eugene C. Banlhardt III, 
8300 OceaA From, Vi^iwa 
Beich, Virginia requests a vari- 
ance of 18 feet from requjred 25 
(M to 7 trtt on rear Of Lots 
16 1 A and 162 A, located at 48th 
^ Atlantic, subdivision of the 
BoU^, Lynnhaven Borou^. 



^H^MONWlALTil 
OF VA|^(U!|IA 
In the Ckr1('i Ottce of liie 
Ctrcutt Cowl of tlM City of 

SUZANNE S. TARR, HainU«f, 

against 
JAMES BKIRY TARR, 

D^eadMt.- 

The oMect of thk siut is to 
obtain a divoVce' a vincuk) matri- 
nwni <M) tlw gr<»^s of deser- 
tk)n. 

And an affidavit havine been 
made aiKl filed that die defend- 
ant is a Boh-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last I^mn post 
<^fice address bcang: James Ber- 
ry Tarr, AF 1363 1740, 66 CivU 
Engineers, P.O. Box 2, APQ 
69017, New York.^W.Y., it is 
ordered that he do app^ here 
widiin ten (10) days after dv^ 
puhli^tion hereof, and do vbai 
may be n«:essary to protect his 
interest in this st^. 

A copy — ^Testc: 

JOHN V. FENTESS, Clerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, Oejuty OI(erk 
BRYDGES & BROTJLk, 

Attorney p.q. 

13^ Lasicin Road 
Virginia B^h, Virginia 

' 5-20-4T 

comnmNWtALiti 

Of VIRGIMIA 
In III peek's OIBce of flie 
Orcii am of the aty dl Vji^ 




II^H Urn, Thursday, JuM 3, 1965 



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426-2401 FOR IMMEDIATE A<!>inON 



• UfAlNOnM 



w9 m ttfft t9§$, 

mom Of nwMPA' 

HBLBN trTTLE COWM 



ftM^T EUG6NE CCnmBU^ 

tte oMeet of this suit to «e 
•te^ 4 M 4ivof«e a !^#» 
nurtooiii upon the tmmm ^ 
trtwtmmt tentam<Hifit to d^er- 
tion. 

A^ Ml i^idavit havii^ been 
made and filed that the de^d- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, die last known p<»t 
office address beii^: Robert Eu- 
gene Coonell, Rt. 2 Stanfield, 
North CaroHna, it n oidered 
IkM h» d« ippaiu h»e witiiin 
Toi (10) myi after due puMi- 
cad(m hereof, awl do wh^t may 
be M^nary to protect his hi- 
teiM^hi this suit. 

A <»py — Teste: 

JOHH V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

J. thirds Fruit, Deputy 0«rk. 
BRYDGES k aROYLES. 

]3^%rili\oad 
Viil^Bla Be«^, Virgnia 

S-2a^T 



orymwmk 

h |h» OufcH m» of the 
QiMli Cawt >«l^ 0ty ^ 

Viqlirii pm$k M At Traill 
dnr a| Mr, 19«|. 

mmirot publicahon 

LEAH RAE SME.EY MIUjBR 

PWatiff, ,„ 

s a^umt - "1 

W914AM PARRY MIU.ER, 

DefcaKlai^. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtirin a divorce a mensa et thoro 
to be later merged into a divorce 
a vtaiculo matrimoni from the de- 
fendant, upon die grounds of oon- 
strutlve desotiM as of Novemb^ 
6lh, 1964. 

And an t^^vit havfait been 
m^ie and filed that the defend 
ant is iKil a resident of (he Steale 
of VirgimL Ae 1^ known post 
bmee i4^^ baag: VP2^, US. 
Naval Ak &«tion, Bnmswick, 
Maine, it m ordered durt he do 
app e ar here wi^in Ten (10) 
C^ys after due publicatidn here<rf, 
a^ do wlMt may be necessary to 
protoet his inter^t in diis suit 

A 09|>y— Teale: 

Wim V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

by: J. Cwtis Fruit, 
Defwty Clerk. 
Fiqe, f ^, Legum, Schwan & 



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H BMlMtof— RepaiHw9 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Qectttod — Air Conditioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRIC \L 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 

- tl-J-tfn 



M^ A^pRance tanrl eee 



VACUUM CI.BANER&— Hoover. 
Salee and larvke. Prompt ef- 
BdMt repeln. Pick up md 
d^very. Phone GA 84222 
IVel f^eed A BttUding 8up- 
idtai. Ine 



EMPLOYMENT 



40 Help WaRtedU>f emale 



Wanted, white housekeeper, 
Live in. Call after 5. 428- 
1233. 

5-20-3T 



41 H«lp WantM^-^MIale 



aass--41 

Cab drivers. Service men ac- 
cepted. No experience neces- 
sary. We also work at the 
Beach. Can earn $85 to $125 
weekly. We pay for your 
City license. Hirii^ ex- 
drivers from other companies. 
Safeway Taxi^ 3762 Shore 
Drive, Virginia Beach. Dul 
464-6262. 



OPPORTUNITY! 
WIERE THE ACTION IS! 
Due to expansion oi oar Vir- 
ginia Beach Boukvard c^ice, 
we have ^tenings for 5 iwppk 
iftterestw! hi the fascmatmg 
field <4 selling hcmMS. CaU 
&x>dniian-Segar-H(^an Resi- 
dential Sales Corp. 341-3232. 
2-11-toi 



Needed — 3 men immediately fw 
manager trainee program. 
Must foe attentive and career 
mmded. CaU 428-9142. . 

>*-s ^. 1U19-tfn 

43 Help Wante^-Male or l'«ma»e 



Pine 

720 Law Building 
Norfolk, Vii^i^ 



p.q. 



5-13-4T 



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Va., M the i4lh 

>F mUQATICm 

DBLORES IRENE OW®« 
NETTLES, Plaintiff 

ndsit 
*AM^~A11.EN NETTLK,^ 
Defendant -— £- 

The object (rf this suit is to 
c^taia seiMrate maiatataance 
fwm said (kfewftuit, tipiot the 
ground (rf treati^it taatamount 
to di»ertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made aiKl fitod ftat the defend- 
ant is a non-r^ident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
offi<% address beinp: James Al- 
len Netlies, BmBswKk, Georgia., 
It is ordered that he dp appear 
here within Ten (10) Days after 
due publication her^f, and do 
wtet may i^ tfo^sary to pm* 
t^n his mterest in this suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Cleik 

J. Curtis Fruit, fiepaty Cletfc 

IHIWGES 4 WlOYtES. , 

Attys., p.g. 

{3>69 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia - 

S.26-4T 



CCy^ftfmWBAtTS ^ 

In the acffc% Office of Oe 
Orcuit Cowe of (he €% oi Vit- 
gtarfa Beach, Va^ oa «k 14^ 



kkP DxlviMwayi foe.— We vril 
ddhw yotgr tyr Of fiioa uy 



ULofTrtamd 



Lost, Pair ci eye glasses between 
Birchwood Gardens and North 
End. Reward. CaU 428-3328. 

6-3- IT 



Mif&M6tiv^ 



» A utehKWI e s For Solo 



1960 Ford Falcon 2 door sedan. 
$500 G»h. CaH 627-4461. 
5-20-tfn 



1917 4-door sedan. First 
Condition. $595. OiU 
4^8.5#39. 



^M>«ta*aii«t 



t962 Trhimph Harold 1200 
Cdbv. Go^ condition, new 
t(^, red A black. $795 cash. 
CaH 340-1641 or 420-4690 
ext 56. 

6-3-TFN 



biM^SiftVK!!^ 



1! ^ryr^!^ 



CAdpohnn mumm Aiilder^ 
1^ us help ^tt with that ne« 
iMMio^-iddltioiu—or r^nin. 
We can ftuidih nqleiMi lroi«i 
hMftnfat'h) iitic and ^ yw ui 



a) 




& Eaton. T n g . 



#e opouattgi hi kitchen caUn4ts« 
honw i^proi^iimts and 4Qy 
type of shop wbrk. Call Ppn- 
iitQsa Mill W»* at 3008 
fettth Lyiinhtf^^ Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 even- 
ings. 

3-U-TFN 



Salesmen or SatesladiM — NO 
EkPERIENCENECES- 
SARY. I can use 2 sincere 
trainees interested in a sound 
sain career. (Not door to 
door.) My new men cam 
$6000 to $10,000 the first 
year. Opportunity for rapid 
advanccanent to management 
positions. Must have car, but 
travel is opticmal. Fcv mter- 
view call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-'TTN 

J-" '" , '■ — 

MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Tjrplsli 
StHM^paphcrs / 

We have immediate assignnients, 
mjany adjacent to Vhginia 
Beam. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired — work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to you. 
INione now for interview and job 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Miiyowar, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5-27-TPN 

UVBTOCK-PETS 



70 Ooft— Cat*— Other Pets 



FREE— Kittens! 
Phone 340-1978 

6-3-TFN 



I'aTtiinyrsTH 



•4<m 



90 ArMcIpe For Solo 



•m 



Refri^rater. Ve^ reasonable. 
Excelkmt condition. 2 year^ 
old. $75. MA2-8581 after 
10 a.ra. MA2-9639 after 
5 p.m. 

5-27-2T 



w Houyoiiofd eoods 



Westinghouse portable dish- 
washer. Excellent condition. 
On^ $40. CaU 464-1611, 
Ext. 400. 

6-3- IT 



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S 



WANTED 

2 Dc^ery Boys 

Thursday only 

8:30- 11:30 a.m. 

Coriipany Car Furnished 

Phone or come in 'at 

31W Pacific Ave. 

428-2401 



MERCHANDISE^ 



93 HouMiioM Gaedt 



For sale now — new and re- 
built sofa beds in a variety 
of colors and fabrics. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, tables, ch«ts, book- 
cases, dinettes and bedroom 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., lOeO Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Phone 428-637.7. 
Call us to upholster and re 
finish your worn, soiled and 
marrea furniture. Free «ati- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and sell used furni- 
ture." 

4-1-TFN 



Living rwMn, bedroom, 
lath Conveniemt to 
churches, taundrdMJt 

. reasonable yeaHy renbl 
cifje Avenue. Mwoe o 
428-5016 or 42M143. 



RENTAL REAL ESTATE 



no Ap«rtn4nH Unfurni*h«d 



4 rooms. 2 bedrooms. Stove and 
refrigerator included. Annual 
lease. $95 per month. CaU 
340-6657. 

<i^3-TFN 



mAki Ok isT/i 



m^ 



11$ MeusM— FumislMd 



117 Wmt«d T« 



Ocean front csl^M^ 1. 
5Sth A, 65th 3&B««a. 
2 weeks in AMg^. fh! 
and family. Wmt 
c/o Virginia ieacjt San* 







I 



Unfurnished home for Ex««^- 
•tive. Preferably Linkh€»4^ 
Linlier or Alaoton sec^n,^^ 
bedrooms, 2 bie^hs and <h«;<I 
BeH Real Estate. CaU 428^ 
8322. -^ - 

5-1 3-w'; 



V 



5-room apartment. Newly <te- 
corated. Unfurnishwi. 2 bed- 
rooms. Centrally located. CaU 
alter 5 p.n. 428-4643. 

6-3-lT 

APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or season- 
al. Cooper Realty. 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. NighU 428- 

6833^^ ^_ 

""' ^ '- 3-2 TFN 

Hi Apartments Fumirii^d 



Newly refinished furnished a{^- 
mem with living room, bed- 
room, kitchenette, bath and 
large closet Central location. 
(Reasonable rent by season 
or year. Call 428-4960 Of 
43^-7827. 

6-3.2T 



One bedroom furnished apart- 
meiK. All utility. Uae of an- 
tomatic waslmig ma^he. 
Yearly rental. ^ per moaitb. 
CaU 428-6582. 

' 5-27-tf n 

Om and 2 bedroom furnished 
apartments. Year raund. CaV 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 

Austm's Court Motel AiNUt- 
ments, 206-i9tb Street Effi- 
ciency apartments. AU utilities 
furnished. Also, 4-room apart- 
mmt and furnished nxnns. 
Block from Bus Statton. By 
week or moadi. 



REAL ESTATE FOR 



sal*" 



124 flous«s For Sale 



J ■ > ■ > '■ 



Fitf sale. 2 betkoom Irause. lA- 
sonry (x>nstnicted. Ai«^i^ 
nue, o^^lPcddiM H^ 
Lake Holly. Near Oi^tn<k^ 
Coma: k>t. Priced for qpM^^ 
sate. $10,000. Finance li|^ ^ 
satisfactcM^ cUeiH. H. Q. 
Moore, Broker, Ittrvit ^A- 
lUchen. OU 428-775S«. ^1.71 

_^ 5-13^ / 

WiH trade, l^ty in 2 be#0ML^ 
house fat 2240 Ruben ***— * ' * 
Galewood Pa r k, 
BrMge, lor aatn^^n^ lot 
trailer. Phcme I^inons 
Realty Company. 428-3 

J' 



}%$ <iut of Town 




J. 



New aitd modem, one and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearly rentals, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Cai 
428-6713. ' 

. 3-11-TFN 

Exceptionally nice 1 bednxinl 
furnished apartment. Avail* 
aUe June 22nd. Liarge 
grounds, trees, fesiderftirf 
area. Annual lease. Can be 
seen by appointment. Owner. 
428-2256. 

S-20-ifn 



114B i^rfnMiits md 
Hmmm For RMit 



Wanted — ^touses or apartments 
to rent or sell. Summer rentals 
needed. Cooper Realty, 206 
25th Street. 428-1330. Nighti 
428- 6833. 

3-2-TFN 



lis Houses — Pumiriiod 



My own b^ulifuUy fumi^ed 3 
bedroom ranch hcnise. Air 
conditioned, automatic oU 
heat, fire place, porches. Very 
reasonable. Summer or year- 
ly rental. MA 2-8581 after 10 
am. MA 2-9639 after 5 p.m. 
5-27-2T 



Virginia &each — Service Men! 
2 cute cottages. Neji^ base 
and beach. B^st rates. 
340-8329. 

6-3-TFN 



AUCTIONS 



Maury Rigar 






HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 

ArlatAw H^rdlB, IHNeSa* 

Sl^-aSthSfreef" 
Virginia Beatii 



Orange p'ove • 35 Kte» 
weU ertaUtthed hetifti 
grove in Crattal Bmih, m0 
Lakeland. Exceflent inv^K' 
mcBt. $175,000, 
bam, sdl cuki^^^ 
ment. By owmt. I^MrHat; 
116, Virginia Beadi Ant, 
5-2 




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ANCHOR REALTY 
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TidtwU^er's Most ExpfritM/^t ^q 
SehMl t^ij 

MEAL ESTATi tO^OL 

GoM*a Tvl«M* BwiWtol 
FHOUM. MA l<90f4 - 



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TRAVIQKS 

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4-H Activities 
and Events 

C. ntANOS LAY 



JUNIOR CIVITANS 
INSTALL 



"Tliey <:»a conquer who belfcve they can."— Dr>'sler 
.♦■ HeHo ^olks! Belated congratulations are due to some of our 
ipMstandinf 4-H Club n»eml»ers who Ifave particifJtted in and w<»n 
* .nsrwtt Southeastern District .4-H Demonstration contests, and 
r e pfca e nt die City and the District in State contests. an<i will 
Ar City and the District in State contests to be held at 
during the l^tS State 4-H Short Course June 27-JuIy 3. Thev 
are: kuth Anne OKver, Bayside 4-H Club in 
Dress Revue; Mar)- Bungard. Thklia 4.H Club 
in Grthing; and Stephanie Pecsek, Blackwater 
4-H Club in Foods and Nutrition. Other Club 
members reprwenting V'irginia Beach in the 
District Contests wefe Carol Brotherton, Sharon 
Kelly, and Jim Kel^. • 

Lkvstock Judging Team Places Third 
The Virgipia Beach 4-H Livestock Judging 
Team placed third among eight teams com|>eting 
in the Soirtheast District Contest. Team members 
were : Butch Parker ; Faye Frost ; Diane l'>ost ; 
and Johnny Moulton. Donald Shirley conn>eted 
>r Gub member. Butch Parker was third high imMvidual 
Frost was fifth high individual in the contest. It is hoped 
the teatn wUi be among those competing in the State contest, 
Mt this has not yet been confirmed. 
ir COMING EVENTS 

June 3 — Comers 4.H Meeting — Lekies Methwlist Church ; 
p.ni. 

\9- Jwie 7 — Haven Heights 4-H Meeting. Fentress; 6:30 P.M. 
June 9 — Ccwrthouse Junior 4-H Meeting, Courthou.se School • 
1:30 p.m. 
- July 27.July 3— St^ 4^H Skort <:<J«r8e. V PI . ^--~- 




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^mamiA beach ~ At a 

Beat meeti^ d the Ghtrter 
^abers of the Cavalier Oii|, 

Igi ^ to Oe 196S Boud of 

warn. Wm AMMtt, AppomM- 
; Otto MUuKc, CbcM^edte; 
~ Videa, Richimmd; E. H. 
y'«^m Beach; WiHiam 
tymk^v^ Major 
Dm^ Vimtela 9tti(jh'. 

Atfied EA^e, 

ek; Sui R. Gay, 

Ctatla Ckm^y, 

Xbo Om. Attwrtii Hvrkoo, 

trnt. Mk. Frmoo F. Ha. Vir- 
Beac*; BcNia T. Hoiland, 
CM. JmMne K. Hes- 
fw. Shw; Rufus S. I 
V«ttra l^Kh; Llo^ 
jr, Foit Lauderdale, Ra.; 
ly, Vu^aU Bfcadv 
P«^l^«, Jr., Rktmood; 

Mil. Cotnm Simper, 

Asadhi; R. R. Smith, 

It F. Burke Sleek, 

l^idweH Stra<kr, 

Hon. WiOlaffl Tuck, 

W. A. Whte, Lynch- 

Lewis M. I^nfiams, 



BOWELL PROMOTED 

/LITTLE CREEK — A Vir- 
l^ia Bsach man ^s one of 
^«e Tidewater Mannes recent- 
ly profnoted to sergeant at Land- 
i^ Force Training Unit Atlantic, 
Hand Amphibkws Base, Little 
Oeek. 



VJRCHNIA BEACH — At 
the last meeting of this school 
year, the Junior" Civitan Club of 
Virginia Beach High School in- 
stalled tl« new officers for W5- 
66. At thi.s meeting selection of 
new members brought the quota 
up to thirty-five. 

The new officers installed 
were: Laurie Fox, president; 
Garry Harvey, vice-president; 
Trudy Williams, recording secre- 
tary; Marjorie Jard. correspond- 
ing secretary; Keith Gore, treas- 
urer; Margaret Drewry, chaplain 
and Mike Stricklcr, serpeant at 
arms. They will officially take 
office in September. 

New members selected were 
Diana F'urniss, George Georg- 
liou. Randy Jones, Jill Silvert- 
son, Mike Beavers, Laura Rein- 
hardt, Pcti; Snyder, Betsy Hall. 
Susan Axelrdd. Frances Gilliam, 
Reggie Ryals, and Kay Kennedy. 

The instaltatioTi was made by 
Duane Current, past Lieutenant 
Governor of the Chesapeake Dis- 
trict of Civitan International. 

BROGAN FORMS 
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VIRGINIA BEACH -- 

Be^ch Credit Service, a business 
firm specializing in debt collec- 
tion for merchants and profes-. 
sional firms, has 'been formed by 
Ray Brt>gafl, and is loeated-et^ 
2407D, Suite 3, Pacific Avenue 
Brogan formerly managed the 
Investors Finance and has. had 
18 years experience in the con- 
sumer finance field. 



iM Old lirrrm 



Sp«ci*li>t Fo«r Jm«ipIi ^. Carone, Ft. Story's Seller of tha 
M«iitk for April, is akowa boiii( j^^iontod wltk ■ MS, Uaitod 
States SavMgs Boad by Coloaoi Joromo K. HosUtlor, Ft. Story's 
Post Commandor. 




Tnn WEEK'S LSTRB: "I 

like (maylM evra love) a boy who 
i* much oldor. Sometimei he 
makM me feel that he Ukea mc 
and other timn acta u If he 
doesn't care fch- me at alL We 
have never g(»e out together, 
althmigh we have skated together 
at the ri^ a few timea. My 



Memis UU rae to f orfet htm be- 
cause he is too old and probably 
has another i^rl on hU mind. 
However, I cant forget him. I 
care too much. What should I do?" 
OVB REPLT: Accept the ad- 
vfa» (rf ywr frieiida and fwget 
Um. If he is too old for you, the 
wamim yiw te'get him the better. 



If time la a dlfforeiiee in your 

yoQ em be sure thM be 

totaled to be aaytthig 

tat fttewily. 

It yov effltalue to see Uai rt 
the duttBi rl^. be friendly, hut 
Ml» i« y^ aihid not to have 
•n; ttottghts about getting seri- 
ous. Evm If he asks you for a 
dMa. yw wlU be wte to turn hha 
down. There te ao fntare rt all 
for yon in datfatg an idder bmi. 
You aoi also be certaiB thif your 
puMts wU object awi, pnA»bl7. 
will object streaously. ^) 

iUflMst any gh-1 finds It flat> 
twing to have the attcati<» tf an 
older boy, hut the truth Is th^ 
the avwage boy just nAues la 
date a ghrl who is much youngs 
than hfanself. If yottr "friend" la , 
a good friend, don't expect «ny. 
more than frienddUp — and sea 
that it remains that w«r. 

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Flavor and Freshness ..Two of the 
reasons why Colonial can offer a 



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bnarantee 
on meats! 



He is Sgt. Jeste'D. Ho«^ <rf 
5034 D. Gafney Strc«. Also 
pmnoted were Sgt. Robert Gil- 
muA, l^forfolk, and Sgt. Jose^ 
A. It Masse, Portsmouth. 

Howell and GilHland are 
i>ask; training instructors. Masse 
tt a student in the School <A 
Music. Bi^KlKr Gen. Gordon 
D. Gayk fmsented the {Hvmo- 
tkm warrants and chevrons. 



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Tliere are 365 days in a 
year hot More than 3,659 apt- 
dal days are deBig;nated for 
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1*: VIRG9WA BEACH— Robert 

Tininui inn btxn appointed 
iMUfer of the Norfolk 
;flf Fnac^ I. duPoDf A 
it was aMKNUiced today by 
Wkami doPMit, taikx (Mitno' 
Hi nationwide investmefit 




wiA the U.S. 

CMQiBe « aj»t«)t exam- 

ii wiiKfiie CUA Autrma- 

Gmf). in a sales capact^ 

beooming anodated with 

L.duPoiM ft O). as an 

catecotive th 19S9. 

grad^ttle (rf the Virginia 

InitJtirte, a^re he re- 

a hifilwfar's d||ree in 

(5; Mr TE«a» alio attended 

yean of law achool at the 

' «f Vtr^Ma. 

..,„ ...WM ia a Bi«nbcr of 

V(lt|^ Beach Ctonbo- of 

fabito and Sianera, 

; %Knts Chib. He and 

vite, Patticja, reskb with 

two aont, Rc^Mrt V., Jr., 

David S.. 4, in Virgii^ 



IVPEESPEOS 

VIRGINIA BWiCH — Miss 

Rtrtwi4ge firms tfie To- 

y'a Aawriea* pioyam 

^ thii pTMpMn list Wed- 

die yupOM Budk 

Ml <>i.tivfOl Chocai muMc eoonu 

Mm Rubridge iMMdeed wMi 

men'a alMeCKs at Madctew 

iiMl, Mbcidiiav, MkMgHi, 

idi is the stimB^ mei^csu 

he nrattiMi. «^ m 



Lrm^E CREEK — Army 
Major Pairi L. Weber of 5141 
liheU 4ld., has been assigned to 
l^M^ag F(»«e Training Unit 
AtkotiG tt tte Naval Amphib- 
ious B^. 

The World War II combat 
v^fan assumed duties April 29 
as an instructcH' in tiie Logistics 
Training Bram^h ai LFTULant. 



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Princeta Aime Station Phone 426-60S1 




I mitE OPPOITUNin TO ENJOY IMPRESSIVE SAYMfiS 

...uiEMooa LINCOLN CONTINENTALS 

tuxunr car buyers traditionally take delivery of their new cart 
iaiiy m ttia year. For thia reason wa have an unusually fine 
^)(A( of prawously owned Continentals in Uke-naw condition, 
raa more ttuin nicely broken in. Our staff of experts have 
Mstorad tiiam to prima condition, and wa are pridng them 
to offer impressiva savings. You wiN find it a raVe opportunity 
ts move up to Continental quality and luxuiy at a prtet you 



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laniars qualMy<omro«ed fround betf to not 
•nty (conomtc^l, but d*(Mnd«faly doOclous. And 
Iwrt'i tiM rwton: Colonial ground beef i* 
frtshcr bacauM tt* s ground fresh sMersI timM 
. Mht in tha store. And tha flavor is 
tatte iMcauia it has just the r'#t proportion 
of lean and fat, blended by 
Colonial's catter matt men. 



IVyCdlonhrs graand b<*f . . . ■ staak Of majfb* 
a roast . . . this week. H you're not completely 
satisfied with It, mmpiy t^ back ttie urwsed 
portion of the rrieat and your register t^>t, and 
present ttMm to your Colonial Store Manager. 
Hc'H gvt you DOUBLE YOUR MOfiEY lACK 
right on the spot. 

This introductory offer is anotfter RED CWtPET 
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VrRGINIA BEACH, VIK5(NIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965- 



FOURTH ANNUAL MUSIC 
FESTIVAL SET NEXT WEEK 



Two SecHons-1 6 F%gM 



SINGLE COfY: 10c. BY AAAIL $3.^ mk yiM 



VlROrNIA BEACH — More 
than 1,7UU high school band 
students from eight states will 
gartier at Virginia Beach Mon- 
day to i»rticipate in the Fourth 
Annual Virginia Beach Music 
. Festival. 

The 4-day event will be spon- 
sored hy the Virginia fie»:h 
Chamber of Con>merce, the Inn- 
keepers Association of Virginia 
Beach and Forties Candia. 
Charles Forbes wU »rve m 
general diatrman. 

Festivities will get underway 
Monday at 4:30 p.m. with a 
-XBBC^t by t^ Mowx Band, 
Geoi^ Wythe HUi School from 
Wy*evHle, Va., lut jwar's fes- 
tival winners, at (he Norwe^an 



Thieves fiet 
Ipptlanees » 
Hinus Doors 



KEMPSVILLE— The $2,000 
worth of appliances taken this 
week frmi a KonpsvAle ware- 
fcbuse will probaWy cause the 
fliieves more problems than they 
anticipated. 

'"^ Only on^ of the 16 items^o- 
bn has doors on it. . ^ , ^ 

The appliances wen tekeh 
f rem t the Carolanne Home 
warduHue <» Princ^ . A^ 
Hoad w^hen entiy wtt 




■ iM a i|> by cuttini a mm^ 
^ tne rraftt gate, p^ice said. 
S^t. D. J. Craig and Detecti«r> 

8 an Creelman and Dick Bas- 
ght we^-e caMcd to the sctne. 
Upon inv^stlption they discov- 
ered that the appliances, which 
were still orated, were minus the 
doors. Chily one piece, a refr^- 
aaltar, was omiplete. 

Detective Creelman said that 
the other mistfi^ items were 
dishwashers, "ownonge com- 
binations and (>latfonn ranges, 
all Westinghouse models. 



Lady Sutue on 35th Street aiui 
Ocean Front. 

All 15 vkiting l»nds wiU take 
I^rt in a CCMKert along Ocean 
Front at 5 p.m. The bands will 
be stationed in frcnt of hotels 
and motels b^een 16th' and 
31stStreeto. 

Several special evente have 
been scheduled for Tuesday and 
Wednes<toy. Concert, and sight- 
reading competitkMis wtH be 
held at IHincess Anne High 
School 10 a.m. tp 3:50 pm.'both 
days and UNii^i^ exhibitions 
and mass banal ctNM^r^ will be 
ta^ l>oth nii^ at \%iginia. 
Beadi High School. The march- 
ing evente wiH start at 8 p.m. 
foHowed by the mass c<»icerts at 
nj>.in. « 

ticiteu for tfie Tuesday and 
Wedaoday activities are on sale 
for $1 1^ the Chamber of Com- 




IS UMOEimAY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
city's first land survey ^ un» 
derway thii week and is expected 
to contimw throu^wut the sum- 
mer. 

Personnel in ttw Planni^ 
Commission is cofKhu;ting the 
aucvey in co(merati<Mi with the 
SCNri^Mtem Ki^lMal Phuntng 




mage aai4 0*^ t^ jmoi^ 
Che survey is to enlua^-— flol 



ai^ai9#^-^itt of tte property 1» "SIe&M}!, timlin, W.Ve.; 



the city aftd to cat^li^s ib via 
A^oi^ ^vitts Audksltave 
been conduct^ in particukr 
areas, fliis will be the first over^ 
all land survey made in die eity^ 
Once oMRpleted, tfie if^rms- 
tion will be compiled into, an 
inventory directory whidi.can be 
used to judge the percentage of 
growth in any pftrt of the city, 
Gamai^ said. 



iimce or may be furchased at 
die door. The $1 entitles tk:ket 
holders to all activities on those 
two days. 

Hi^ilriit oi thermal day of 
the festival will be a Grand Fes- 
tival Parade a1on| Atlantic Ave- 
nue between 16th and 33 rd 
Str^t starting at 10 a.m. 

Participating hand students 
win be entertained at a \lance 
that night at the Alan B. ^epard 
Civic Center whh the HcMior 
Band [Mt>viding dance music. A 
pro^ffl will be provided by the 
SpKial Show Band of the U.S. 
Naw School of Music, 

Tniee well-known band music 
audiorities have been selected, to 
JQ<he Hie concert, sightreading 
mmT marchii^;^ c<mpetitlons. 

Roy V. Wood, i»st president 
cf die Florida Music Educates 
Association, aiKl Al. O. Wri^t, 
head of Purdt^e University's De- 
pfumient of Bands, wiM bc^ re^ 
turn tor the second year. New- 
eome as fei^ival jiK^e will be 
t^ecrnvd f'afcone of Michigan 
State University staff. 

For the fourth Cj^secutira 
yMT, Lc^gan O. Tunemine, past 
president <rf the Florida Band- 
matter's Association and of the 
American Bandmaster's Asso- 
ciation, will serve as execuUw 
director of the festival. 

Baocb com^ting ftv Ae vatt 
MMy of Sophies wMl be the Al* 
b^ GaHatin &nior 1^ School, 
Point h^j^i, fffi.;^^fiiAma 

alU Onirch (Va^ 
1^ A^od; Hamlin Chival H^ 





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WwMrfc M fiMl irfMs for Um Fottrth AmhaI VirgiaU BMek M«mI« INtHVd ta b* hM mmtt 
WMk ar* (bft !• rifht) CkairiM FerbM, g«««ral chairmani Cli*nl»*r of Comwow Ih-MUaM A. B. 
Cr«w«| AlUii R. Mailh**, •metutiv* director of tho CkftAbori aad Mrm^ G«or(o H. Loary, pMM4*Bt 
•r tlM laalMo^n Atsociation of Virfiaia B««ck. (Staff Pkoto by Padriek) 



Seashore State 
Park Eligible 
As Landmark 

LYNNHAVEN — Tlie S»- about 45 acres. This and smaller 



^'ilew friiicipal For VB High 



Wgh Sckod; Philip 
H^ &hoo], Philippi. 



(W.Va.) 
Bariwur 

W.Va.; Parkertburg (W.Va.) 
H%fe( ScJlool; Unjoo City (Tenn.) 
Bi^ School; Vinson High 
School, Huntington, W.Va.; 
Waynesb(»o (Va.) High School; 
Weir High Sch^l, Wdrton, W. 
Vt.; West Deptford Higt 
Seheol, WestvUle, NJ.; and 
Weitem^ H^ School, Buda, lU. 




of the District L S«»n<bry Prin- 
cipals Association; parliament 
tarian for the Virginia Beach Ed- 
ucation Association and the Dis- 
trict L Education Association. 
Mounie has been a member of 
the Virginia Education Salary 
CommUt ^ _ fjpy J^ \^y J^ 
years, -*^^i^'!^.;=!s^it=^;#^-' " -: 

"Fm koktng forward to work- 
ing witti the excellent profes- 
smnal s'aff at Virginia Beadi 
Htgh StHoot," he MM. Moat^ 
aMM tHM tiKre may be lome 
ebuig^K 4n pe^»4K die 
hext ^jim but mty majee 
chan§es would be too far in ihe 
tut^e to disdvss or predict now. 









Tkn grovp of yowttg law atadeata aro aadargoiag trai«iag tlib vook priM> to aatHHiag 4«tiM 
•nbora of tbo city'a aiiHteof pelico fore*. (Palico Photo by Lt. Bryaa) 



SUMIIER POLICE Hi TfUINIIIG 



VIRGINIA BEACH -- 
Eighteen of the l9 law school 
studeMs who will wo^c fao'e as 
summer policemen were back in 
school this \wek to study var- 
ious phases of pdice protocol 
and responsibilities. 

After TtoeiMm inmisified 
traming from U. H. C. Tcny, 
police trainh^ oflker, the stu- 
dents wiH ^ a^nieid pfhnarily 
to widking beats in Vii^inia 
Beach Borough. 

The (^ler i^vn men have 
previously wjriwd no iheeity's 
summer polke fose apl w^e 
mit mi^d to maad flie traia- 



ii^ sesskms. the progf«|i mm 
laundied in 1963 dod ]^vtd 
sucqestful .fr<^ the very firu. 

Attmding trainii^ t!i^ 9mk 
are Howwrd Mmio, JloAxeit 
JolBB*m. Roben G. Otiv^ Jr., 
John Eiire, J<dm Cowa^Kc Mm 
Martin, IMvid Vwughttn, 
W. Warren iV, V. Alft«d 
k%e h., James GiUe^i^ Sm^ 
(fiZerega, Attr^ Bit, JUhm 
O'Hara, Utixer Mor^m, |lw^ 
old C. Wo&mrt F. J^eiyAn 
Ward, StnAen M. Ho^gM wd 
J. RoKb CkM^. 

Thoae who hwe mcsktd on 
the sammer lonw ^xm^oi^ are 
Ri^wtt Portor, Wayne GAiBB ^fs, 




#iHiam Mote, Robert E. Craig, 
Mark Sdmitzer, F. Fredc^ck 
tmUm, Woody Griffin. WHUam 
ihfflips, James Hun^r, Harry 
iarrineau and Randall Mcthut- 

After an inl(^trina<t«»i^ ^ 
^ % Qty Mamiger W. fUissM 
HMiAeit, IJM sttidedtt' be^ti 
ttadiei on su^ duties as pie- 
Ifarinary inveM^ations, patras, 
mwct papers, mk «id, e^depce, 
fire atm instnKticm, juvenfle 
^a^kms, testtfylng, cky and 
state laws, riot control, reports, 
tr^c imUems ac^ many other 



JAME&CIHOUNiE 



BAYSIDE — Virginia Beach 
High School's new principal for 
next year, James C. Mounie, 
looks forward to offering a com- 
jwidi^sive aducMional program 
m ela^reom instruction and stu- 
tknt Ktiwty w^ he begins his 
new duties in September. 

"Frtwi the information I've re- 
ceived," he said, "Virginia Beach 
High Schocri has a particularly 
good student body and a good 
percentage of college-bound 
young psofrf^' 

Mounie, a Portsmouth native, 
is currently assistant principrsl 
at Bayside High School where 
he has been for this school year. 
He will succeed James Hclmsr 
at Viiginia Beach High. 

A graduate of the College of 
Willwm and Mary in Williams- 
biTrg, Mounie has the bachelor 
degree in Engflsh and the mas- 
ters In secondary school admin- 
istration. Whi'le at Bayside High 
School, he has been teaching 
riight courses in English and 
^}eoch in the extension division 
of his alma mater. 

After earning the ba'^hclf^rs 
degree, Mounie taught at Cra- 
dock High School in PortsTTiouth, 
then returned to coll-^e to be a 
graduate assistant. He taught 
public speaking, deoatins and 
English at Princess Anne High 
ScAxri and Went on to do coun- 
seling there. Next, the adminis- 
tt^tor was the assistant principal 
at Kempsvillc Junior Hi^ School 
for two years. 

Married to tiie f Miner Janice 
Cannon of Grifton, N.C., they 
have a four-year-oW daughter, 
Laura Jane. 

White coaching debate at 
Princes Anne Hi^ School and 
at C^wdock Ifigh School, Mminie 
had stete championship teams 
for two years. He has also 
coached tennis. , 

His professional rea)rd is im- 
pressive and includes his service 
as^ chairman of the evaluating 
(xmimittee kx the SouAern As- 
sociation of Secondary Sdiools 
and Colleges; secretary-treMura- 



LEE DAVIS 
GETS OSCM 



MISENHEIMER, N.C. — 
Lee Davis, son of the Rev. Le- 
Roy » Davis, pmm ,<rf Fraiwis 
Asbury Methodist Church, has 
been awarded an "oscar" and a 
distinguished achievement award 
as the Best Actor of the Year 
1965 at the Pfeiffer College 
1965 Fine Arts Festival. Lee is 
a dnma-English major at Pfeif- 
fer College. 

Durine the two vears he has 
been at Pfeiffer, he has taken im- 
portaiH roitt in seven plav pro- 
ductions, has been set desi«?ner 
for three orpductions, lighting 
technician for five oresentations, 
and set construction and direc- 
tor of eight dramatic productiom. 
He h?s served as oresidem of 
the Pfeiffer Plavnlakers and as 
an instructor in the college drama 
workshop. 

While still a freshman, he was 
elected to membershio in »he 
Alpha Psi Omeea honorarv fra- 
t-mltv for drama maipr?. At 
the conclusion of his col'eqe 
work, he olans to take Graduate 
work in drama and teach on a 
college level after summer stock 
experiences. 

WRECK HURTS 4 

KEMPSVILLE — Four 
CSiesaoeake residents were in- 
iured in a 1-car collision <m In- 
dian Riiver Road about one nilc 
we«tt of North Landing Road Sat- 
urday about 4 p.m. 

Patrolman James Wris^ said 
that a car, driven bv Jacob 
Cliarles Kforton, 23, went out of 
control on a curve when a tire 
blew out and ran into a tree. No 
diar^s were placed. 

Norton received multiple outs; 
Dean Muncher, 13, had a cut 
over the rij^t eye; Lynn Mun- 
dier, 13, had scratches; ta)4 
Tommie G. MdCeithan |r., 22, 
suffered a fractured rib. 



E. L. EAfrCR 

Agent Manetf 

PRINCESS ANNE ^ fi. R. 
Cbdcf!^ Jr„ city a^rMtiife 
ag«it« annoaaeed today Hff t^ 
poinMent of B^ L«K Btiter 

m Maiatant |giicvlture tfUA bit 
Viniflia fieitf^. 

Easter wiH #oric exclwively in 
oraamental horticuhure and turf. 

He is a June graduate of Vir- 
ghua Pdyte^k Instimte With 
a B.S. d^nie in horticul||ire. 
While at VPI he was extremely 
active in the Bi(4(wy Club, Hor- 
ticulture Clu^ aad i%ha Zeta 
and die Natioairi Hqlo^y Fra- 
ternity. . 

"We have been seeking a 
qualified horticulturist for over 
two jears and we are now veiy 
pleased to be able to offer ad- 
ditional educational as^tance 
in this fidd," C^krell.said. 

"He will be of valuable help 
to the city, its departments, or- 
ganizations, clubs and nursery 
and landscaping indiutries and 
the homeowner with landscape, 
lawn, disease or ins«n prob- 
lems," he said. 



shore Natural Area here has 
•been announced eligible for in- 
clusion in the National Registry 
of Natural Landmarks, according 
to the United States Department 
of the Interi<5tf-J^_^ 

Tliis developmMt was learned 
from a letter written to Hon. 
Thomas N. Downing of the 
H<Hi9e of RcpreseiHatives by the 
Department. The National Park 
Service will inform the Virginia 
Departmeat o4 Conservation and 
Development of the eligibility 
aad invite application for a cer- 
tiflcate and bron» piaq^ dcMg- 
nating tiie Sea^ore Natuml 
Aroa a Registered Natural Luid- 
mftric. 

Tl»re are 16 areas now desig- 
sated as natural landmarks in 
the Un^d ^ates. 

Part.ol the ftate of Virginia's 
NatunM Area System, the Sea- 
rtKire Natural Area mcludes. 
about 1,500 acres of the 2,700- 
acre Seashore State Park within 
the city limits (rf Virginia Be^. 

Hie Are^ is (he direct r^^ 
of the action <rf the o<»an, ^ich, 
i^^e aid fsi the winds, formed 

jbtve bi&omtt d ifa i ilji wx>ded. 

Thet hii^ water table in the 
mAf 4^uUed H0 two dbtinct 
^st types: d^l^, pine, oaki 
hickory and beech of the duaoi 
ana a cvfM^ss-tupelo foiest 
Crimed with sweet gmi, red 
mafrie and cedar grows In tiie 
swamps and pools between tiw 
dunes. 

Whto/Hill Lake is the prin- 
cipal fresh water lake wiftin die 
interior of the area and covers 




TRANSMITTER MOVED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Radio 
Station WKVK has moved its 
transmitter to a new antenna lo- 
cated between the fairways near 
the 8th bote at the Bow Creek 
Golf course. The transmitter 
was formerly located at Southern 
Material* in Seatack. TTie re- 
cent movine of tiie transmitter 
completed the plans of the re- 
location of equipment for the 
station. 

■Rjis new location provides for 
greater coverage and a sienal of 
much better quality than be- 
fore which the station feels the 
listeners of Virginia Beach de- 
itn/c. 



bodies of> wat^ provide fee^i^ 
grounds for migratii^ wttat 
fowl. 

Althov^ live oak andjl^Mi- 
ish moss are rarely ^ai>M|A 
of the mouth of C3iesapej^QLili 
—and the cottonmoi^ iM@ip- 
sin not at all — tfiey are comp^ 
uous in the plant ami animal 
Vitt of the Seaaiore Natural area, 
whkdi is also a sanctuary Isr 
wildlife and one of the few re- 
muniog nesting sites for* the 
bald ei^. 

TWO mm 

LONlX>N BffUDGE — tm 

perM^s were iniored in a I'fipr 
collision on Virgiii» 1^^ 
Boulevard near Grestt ^1% 
Road about 12:05 a.m. ^^»w 
Reported as injured 1§R IP 
driv^, Jam<» i^lvin Oa^ Mf 
18, ^82 Bt«ant Roiil, «m|% 
passenger, WiUi* &uri fNsmt^ 
20, 146 G«^p §iCkltfst^ 
feted ^^MusMiis id we late 
i^efOt and hoM wd Wi^il 
lutfered an mjured 1»ck, the ex- 

Officer Edwwit G. Casey n- 
potitd ^t Co^^ wm M^4 
west m Vk^i^i$mA BMto- 

car, struck a U^^AttK liQle,^a- 
r^ned oH and strwft mo^ 
guide wire some 125 Utt bom 
the pole. 

Damages to the e^4rk»l fix* 
tures and flowers in Ae yart oi 
J. M, Potter at 2336 ^T^Ml 
Bi^li ikmlei^ud were eatiamM^ 
H $365. 

The officer mM §M J^agV 
was helped out d Ae »Mr iM 
left the scene. He wm ^i^^ 
with reckless drivtaf and y^mt 
the scene. 

RABIES CLnnC SAT, 

VIRGiNIA BEACH — The 
first of two r^es iMam J^ J^ 
conducted in Virginte l^acft by 
the Public HealA Department ii 
scheduled for &twday ffcm 1 
to 4 p.m. 

The clmks will be held at 
Kempsville Junbr H^ S(^oel» 
the Alan B. Shspaid Civh: Cw- 
t» and die Ocean Park Fire De- 
partment. The fee will be $1.W 
per dog <nD cats). 



Honored For Outstanding ^rvice 




CSUm) Pwrlwr (loft) hu boon bobo^ "SqvadMMuai off 
VbrffiaU Boach Roscno S^omU Making tho p r a «oaU Uoa 



W. T. 
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■eiag ci^talB of Uio VirgllU* Boaek Roscao 
Sot S cob — Catltaoa — 



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yiRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, Jvne 10, 1965 

m r Bre^ s. h\od, FrietKkhip, And tun 




Jr. •« "'^'••^J' P«»» f«r tlMir fiaiJ meet.ag ef th, yc.r Md. .ajoyej •**ei«llr pr«^r«<l M^r«4 
.i'^J^i!* •'•.•■'' •'••••rU « «h* pooUi-e picnic held Imat «r««k. SwMten ^<KmImI mim fr«M 
*. **S **?^ 6/*e«f» wW* other aore h.rdy .o«ii took • A|» in the isYitiM bmI. AMMtiat Ml*. 
>ruh ber hoste.«!ng d^tief were Mm. Mkllory H. Pfrrell and Mn. WiWM F. F»^. 

: ■ A (Steff l»h«te bjF Pedrtck) 

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D t ^*'^' •'^'*'l*'* o"«*«e" of A* Broad Bay Garden CJuk piotmt*4 u* Cl*lt to riato) lire 

••cn^l awLMn. U. J. SiMMe^ t»M*w«r. Nirt prmmt for »kfu#»^iM« Mr*. ^ A. tfail^, vi«i 

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Vl^pilA BEACH — Mrs. 
R. LJK Tajraw wa« imtaJled 
M pi^^t erf ihe Broad Bay 
Garf^fCfcib «t flic anntMil in- 
itetlation iuncheon hcW recent- 
Jy rt the Pfl» Tr^ Inn. (hhar 



ST. NICHOLAS 
OMi^'SCLUB 



LYNNHA VEN — Kft^. f heo- 
Awe Lsn^ was installed as 
president of the Saint Nichola: 
Woman's Club of Virginia Beach 
during aremonies conducted by 
Father Paul Qurjol « tfifr Lynn- 
ttaven Civic League fcuildirig. 

Other 'tjfficcrs. installed were 
Mrs. Arthur Gallagher, vice 
president; Mrs. WiHiam Wells, 
rcfordi^ secretary;. Mrs. James 
Ouinn, treasufcn and Mrs. 
James Henry corresponding sac- 
fetary. 

Guest qjeaker for the evening 
vm M^n Larson of the Nor- 
Idk Botanical 0«rdens. 



WOLFSMARE OFFICERS 

WOLFSNARE ~ Newly 
eiected officers of the WoJfsnare 
Pianfsrttefl Garden Oab were in- 

p«3ng ban- 
tke Shors 



we Ma 




w mtim 

Pike, first 

Ronald E. 

presidiftt; 

rwording 

y Wiest, 

<J. H^se, 

Award 

M. J. 

were 

tor ar- 

F. 



fiarden CWH 

officerilliistaHed were \^. 1 A 
Butter, vice president; Mn. T. 
W. Spencer, recording secretary; 
Mrs. J. W. White, wrrespaict 
ing secretaiy; and Mrs. H. J. 
Sweeney, treasurer, Install?tion 
officer was Mn. R. E. Etheridge, 
the club's first president. 

Reviewing ^the ac5complish- 
ments of the past year, it was 
noted that $150 was given for 
landscaping of the new General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach, a 
scholarship df floO w^s pre- 
sented to « Cox High School 
student, the $75 campership is 
available for a crippled child to 
go to Cahip Easter;, Seal, and 
•that food burets were made 
for needy Virginia Beach fam- 
ilies at Easter and Christmas. 

Yearly awards were pre- 
sented. For «tistic flower ar- 
rangements Mrsr R. F. Hughes, 
first prize; Mtos. A. McKool, sec- 
ond; and Mrs. R. E. Etheridge, 
third. In HJ^iculture," Mrs. A. 
McKool, fi«t; Mrs. C. L. MW- 
chell, second; and Mrs. R. L. 
Tarrant, third. ^ 

Mi's. S» C. Stockton, outgoing 
president who served faithfully 
for the past two years, was pre- 
sented a. gift of appfwiation by 
the newly installed president, 
Mrs. Tarrant. 

The ftnal meeti^'iof the fouf- 
year old Bro«l Bay Garden 
Clirt) wiH be held June 26 at 
the l^ine of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 
ter wisek.of Bay bland, aiHl 
will be thtf iMknual Men's Ni^t 
to which hu^ands are invited 
to the poolside covered (l|'^ 
supper. 



MAUON camy m 

CHESOPeAN — The mem- 
bers of die Marion Crosby Gar- 
den Club drank a toast to Mrs. 
Albert V, Crosby at the Elev- 
enth Annivetsaty banquet held 
recently at Brownley Restaurant. 
TaWe <te<x)rations, by Mrs. S. 
G. Ireland, were accuba, tulip 
tr^ blooms, and white feathered 
doves. 

Mrs. M. H. Keller, judging 
chairman, divided the club mem- 
bers into three tc^ms for ar- 
rangement competition for the 
next year, and the losing team 
will treat the eirtire club to a 
free picnic next May (everyone 
promised to be starved to 
death!) ■ * 

• TTie five new members wel- 
comed into the club were Mrs. 
C. E. McGinn, Mrs. J. . W. 
Smi^, Mrs. F. M. Hughes, Mrs. 
MariBar^ Grigsby, and Mrs. G. 
M. liuxy. 

Tlie Arditfi Joi»s An"ani?e- 
ment Trophy went to Mrs. 
Woodrow Dixon, the Clair Mae 
Ireland Horticulture Trophy was 
awarded to Mrs. C. L. Allsbrook, 
and the Eva Caputo Award to the 
New Member arranger was pre- 
sented to Mrs. Ouimin Sheipe. 

A covered disih picnic sched- 
uled for June 19 at Lal^wood 
Pt^ wttl be (he cl(^iM. Mtkag 
ot ^ yaw for tte ttro. 



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Wanry O. Ben«ft«Dm of J4l4 
WiRoB tane in ftay Colony is 
toaving for Cqlgate, riamitten, 
N.Y.,' to attend his im cbss 



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Bay Colony < 
lard$n Glub 

i^Y OCfcOHy — % Col- 
ony ^rden tiuK held its Jiiie 
mcet^ recently at the Princeai 
Anne Ccmntry Club with Hie 
president, Mrs W. C. Haycox, 
presiding. 

Memoers wore original flower 
hats and weje juc^ed as fo|low|r 
prftKtest Irfrge Wat. K«s. J. A. 
Vandersyde; prettiest small l»t, 
Mrs. W. A. Dickiwon, Jr.; fun- 
niest hat, Mrs. William Kiddar; 
original large hat. Mrs. W. W. 
Waller; original smi^ hat «M 
bag, Mrs. E. H. Alderman; a^ 
"The Most". Mrs. T. M. Whittc- 
more. 

Mrs. James G. Rfld, Jf., ww 
awar(^ a silver (ita^ lor the 
mc»t poii^ in flower aitanging 
exhibits, end Mrs. C. H. Reoin 
was awarded a sttver plate fof 
the iiKHt poiate in hortkakuite 

The LauM Pittard Edwards 
tfver urn. Ai tro^t pr^ented 
each year to the clubs most val- 
uable memher, was awarded to 
Mn. E F. Make, Jr. 

The officefs who were elected 
for the coming year were in- 
stated by Mrs. Blake. They are: 
pr^^^it, Mr*. J. A. Van«^- 
^de; fkM vice presulent, Mtt. 
E. H. AMerman; s^ond vke 
pnresictent, Mrs. Jdhn Bernhardt; 
r^ording secretary, Mrs. A. T. 
^toore; correspoi|ding secretary, 
Mn. H. C. Mailer; and treas- 
urer, Mrs. James G. "Reid, Jr. 

The president announced the 
newly elected directors for the 
coming year are Mrs. Blake and 
Mrs. F. A. Haycox, Jr.; after 
which the outgoing pi^idei^'., 
Mrs. W. C. Haycox, turned the 
gavel over to the newly installer) 
president, , Mm. Vandersyde. 
Mrs. Vandersyde, on behalf of 
the Club, pr«ented Mrs. Hay- 
cox with an urn filled with ger- 
aniums in appreciation for her 
outstanding woi:k as president 
this year. 

SPpCJAIt^E. 

kEMPSVILLE — Alpha Nu 
sorority will hold its annual 
spring dance on June 25 at die 
Fraternal Oedr of Police Club, 
Kempsville. All proceeds wHI be 
used for *be group's yearly pro- 
ject — the purchase of equip- 
ment for the Open-Heart CUnic 

at King's Daiighters Hospital. 
Hours are 9 to 12 with music 

by Charlie Walker's band. 
Tickets may be purchased 

from sorority members or at &\e 

door. Donations are $5 per 

couple. 



ELIZ, RIVER SHORES G€ 

BtlEABBTH RIVER 
ttORJtt— Mrs. W. M. New- 
mm paMlM A ^lii^nt's ga^l 
t^ Ae halll of Mrs. T. T. hkk 
a the new tfficen for Ae Eliz- 
li)e:h River ^ores GaJMr^l 
#ers instalM recently Mrh^ a 
teaquet held m the^ OmiflMdoN^ 
Country Cluh. 

Mrs. ft. /I. Whwiton, Jr. of the 
SUburbai Oa^n Qub conduct- 
ed th^ liatiS«tidn of the new of- 
ficers «Hio are Mrs. Rock, 
prteid^; Mn. C. H. GHAistet, 
first vice president; Mrs. R. P. 
•Richardson, Jr., second vice 
president; Mrs. E. A. Morton, 
recording secretary; Mrs. T. T. 
White, treasurer; and Mrs. New- 
bap, corr»pooding secretary. 

fM^a were awarded for die 
ttoit riti^M^ w(M lor arrange- 
iKilts and horticulture durwg 
the ^Ht year, tlw recipiems 
were Mrs. H W. uttke, Mrs. 
Pfewb^n, Mrs. Orhnt»y, ami 
Mrs. koek. 

S^iirt |ues& were Mrs. L«t- 
tk SeyiMwr, hoAoiary nMmber 
of Eliiabeeh Cky, N.C.; Mrs. F. 
D. OdelL paat president ol the 
elub; and Mrs. R. A. Winston, 
Jr. 

Mrs. L. B. Addams was the 
Mutqutt chtirtMd and she wu 
assisted in At decorations by 
Mrs. Drake, Mrs. Richardson, 
Mrs. R. W. Fruprd, and Mrs. 
H. H. dwrry. 



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lAYSHOREGC 

VIRGINIA BEACH — "he 
final meeting of the year of d^ 
Bay Shore (^Mkn Club featured 
Ae iMtaUation of aewly elected 
offK^a l^ Mr^ G. L. feteroo^, 
* n OT jwari^ 



lin INsenl^on 

•w*- * A. ... 

^i^Dlea «efe Nks. lUymimd 

McOmh, pwu(ttft4 Mri. T^^- 
as Wommack, vi« pnMident; 
Mes. Gilbert Wtoon, reSteding 
secretary; Mrs. Lemard KuW. 
corresponding ^ secr^i^; Mtf 
Mrs. Sverd Schmidt, treasurer. 
Awards were present^ to 
Mrs. M&arice Jackson fctf belt 
arrangement, Mrs. Janfies Van 
Loon for, horticulture, and Mrs. 
Frank Malbon for the beN 
Chri^mas Doorway. 



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nnker acdt with (lis tie neclcune. For 
weaxfaig from now all &ra euqr Sail. 
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For icy, conditioned, clean air 
Wlien lie told liis position 
We said "air condition" 
We'll lend |oh the loot for your air! 



CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 
is just one of the modem livii^ com- 
forts that can be made poadbk witii a 
Mutual Federal fir^ mort|!i^e home 
in^rovement loan. You can improve 
0r #^;|^J^|Etf| home w^^ a very 
ioodestiiHavase in monthly paymentii 
Comein— let'stalk! 



MUTlMpFE 



UCEN8C8 TO WED 

tlBilt — fori a*i. ff«w York, N.Y.. aiid ^mf 
*"' ' Tyler Braybfook, 19, tW<tem, 

Vi^DM B^di. 

Mrnkd/A . C0m — Eldofi 
%*e Maddox, 16, aoccmiKAm, 
Viri^fiia Beach and Doris l<wi 
Collin, 33, billing clerk, Virginia 

Beach. 

fiihrwfc • Dtvis — Sammie 
Lee Edwards, 22, truck driver, 
Portsmouth and filinibelh Le^ 
Davis, 20, telephone operator, 
Virginia Beach. 

PbuHHKM • Rowe ^— hf»^ 
Jerome t^lannagan, Jr., 21. car- 
penter, Knotts Island. N.C. and 
Margaret Lee Rowe, 21, m) oc- 
cupation listed, jCnotts lilaml, 
North Carolina. 

MacKeniie • Hnnt — Charlas 
Morton MacKenzie. 19, USN, 
Viipnia Beach and Lois Ar- 
lene Hunt, 19, dietary aid, Ni- 
agara Falls. N.Y. 

JonM > Cdtrane — Gary 
Lynn Jones, 22, student, Vir- 
einia Bead) and Margaret Ann 
Coltrane, 20, student, Virginia 
Beach. 



tcm Rmsct. 20,' decttonic wp- 
neMice, Norfolk and Om&Ji^a&t 
K« Ttllett, 21, teacho-, Vir- 
ginm BMcfa. 

Watan - BnvlMrook m. ICm« 
neth Dale Waima. 25. tJSN, 

4-H'ERS IN SHOW 

THALIA — Elewn members 
of the 4-H Honor Club took 
part in an interpretive fashion 
show recently sponsored at 
TMia Elementary School by 
the Virginia Beach Federation of 
Home Demon.stration Clubs. 

The propam, presented as 
part of the Federation's Pennies 
or Friendship project. spotli|^te^ 
Thailand, feitfuring the couiKr;.'*s 
customs, music and dances. 

Taking part were Elain White- 
hurst, Fay FrcMit. Johnnv Moul- 
ton. Stephanie Pecsek. Elizabeth 
Bungard, Jim Kelly, Jimmv Bas- 
gier, Carol Brotherton, Sharon 
Nicklas. Cliff Bungard and Mary 
Bungard. 

Special guest was Hunter 
Spence who recently spent six 
months in Thailand as an ex- 
change Mudent throu^ the In- 
ternational Farm Youth pro- 
gram. 



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town, our Hostess greets them, 
and extends a welojnv;, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic-minded spon- 
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NEWCOMERS GREETINO 

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"Servtng All Tidewater" 



MISS CHERRY HONORED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Mary Patricia Cherry, daugh- 
ter erf Mrs. Robert J. Oierry^ 
of 413 S2nd Street, was award- 
ed honorable mention for the 
medals of excellence in French 
and Mathematics at com- 
mencement exercises held re- 
cently at Penn Hall, Qumbo^- 
burg, Pennsylvania.^—^—:-— 

Miss Oierty has complied 
the work for the first year chiss 
of the Junior College of Penn 
Hall Junior College and Prepar- 
atory School. 



HORii:^ 




TBttirrEAND 
KST CONTROL 



VIRGINIA BEACH -- Four 

Virginia Beach m«i were unong 
13 employee of the Ford As- 
sembly Plant in Norfolk recent- 
ly honored by the firm for 'their 
community service upon nom- 
ination by their fellow workers. 
The locEri men were Felton C. 
.Hair, 1025 Old Homestead Lane; 
Willis G. Miller, 5502 Dawson 
Road; Ervin W. Mosely, Route 
3; and Frederick J. Meyers, 500 
Sharp Street. , * . 

POST 113 TO ELECT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Elec- 
tion of officers for the coming 
year will be held at the next 
regular meeting of the American 
Legion Post 113 on June 17, at 
the Post home on Laskin Road. 

Every paid up member should 
be present to cast his vote and 
must have his current member- 
ship card witii him. 

Dinner will be served. 




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WHY tmi THE YWCA? 

OiM mi^ wish that all tiioae 
who join Ae YWCA initiaHy 
come (>ecause tfiey. desire to be- 
k)!^ to an mgantza^Hi itede up 
of aH kinds of people who are 
joinit^ logger to iMKome nuM^ 
effective w^rJd citinns, to de- 
velop TtfiSH skills, to carry leader- 
ship respoft^HbiilittM, to innprove 
conditions in tfieir communHy, 
their state, thdr nati<» Md ui 
turni the world— for thM is what 
the YWCA is all about. 

Why do Ihey (tonae? Tlw 
At rdoiooi Vuy, each 
ccunes w^ a single 
purpose, n^d by 
she has oTthb YWr 
it is for * tj^Qc c: 
—'art, swhnmfagi dSM 
decoupage, etc. Dth<^6, out 
loneliness s^ i^W interests, 
new a8S0cifitk)48, o# objectives. 
Some are motivi^ by the ii)^\ 
sine to dd f^ cfSusi ahd dpil^J 
something meainft^l a I o a g 
wiHi others, 

Hirough a^Vf fai^ipatlra % 
member «KMi bocomes «wMt df 
the large t»ottt^e of the YWCA, 
of the many Ihceb <^ tfie YWCA 
program, die adapt^bHfty (tf it 
to the local Keoe and the needs 
of \U ccoimuoity. tliere » a 
stretchi^ and a Ifip^eqg ^nd an 
ralergem«it <^ conceal with vi- 
tal problems such as vptegration, 
moral and ediical vahies, com- 
munity {»-<^ess, comrouoity 
leadership — a desire to Join 
in corporate Christian action. 

My personal e^qierience as a 
YWCA member has, been that 
those women who do join and 
do become actively "inv^ved" in 
YWCA lead^i^ip experience a 
peitonal growth and change ttiat 
is at once meaningful, rewarding 
and challenging. 

Whatever your initial reason 
may be for joining the YWCA 
it is hoped that ^ou will join 
and will share in ^is cooperative 
opportunity. Availability 
of membership is u cl(»e as 
your telephone — call now at the 
YWCA office 303 30th Street, 
Phone 428-8228. 

RegistraticMi for Innb classes 
are now being tidEen in "Y" 
office — Why iM>t sign up for 
summer classes today! 
"Y* CALEIWAH 
Monday, Ine 14 
Tennis - Va. BjiKh Hi Schod 
TennisCouits, 9-12 noon, a^ 
group 9-12. 

Turiiay, June 15 ) 

Tejinis - Va Beadi Hi School 

Tenoif Courts, 9-12 no(Mi, 

Adute and Teens 16 and over 

Fridqr, taw It 

Tennis - Va Beach Hi Schod 

Teiuiis Courts, 9-12 noon, age 

group 13-15. 




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ENGAG|a> 

ELLIS — GSiaiAUGH 

VIRGINIA BEACW — Mr. 
and Mrs. Ward EIl^ aniKHmce 
the engagemeiU of tiieir ^i^- 
to-, Miss Barbara ^trick ^k, 
to Thomas Andrany Gnibang^. 
Mr. Grubaugh is the wm <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. L. L. Grubau]^ of 
Qiamfnign, Illioots. 

A siuon^ wedding is pkoned 



GI«SiiOifOR|DBYftAR 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
PrincMi Anne Cha|Xa-, 'D/tiR, 
has skm^ Miss Patricia Creo 
"Good Citiaen" of Kdlam Hi^ 
School, and Miss Lyn Williams 
"Good ati«n" of Virginia 
Beadi High Schod. TTic Chap- 
ter honored Miss Greo and Miss 
Williams at a luncheon held re- 
cently at flic Bay Harbor Club. 

Miss Creo k die granddau^- 
ter of Mrs. Julia GUIigan, 416 
Rainey Court. Miss WHIiamrs is 
the daughter of Commander and 
Mrs. David T. Williams, 909 
Brandon Bmd. 

B<^ girls are members of the 
1965 graduating class, and will 
iweive their Good Citizen certi- 
ficates at graduation exercises 
Friday. 

CAPES'OFHCERS NAMED 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Of- 
fit^rs dected for the Capes Beach 
and Cabana Oub in the May 
annual Board d Directors meet- 
ing were Lloyd Burton, presi- 
d«it; C. Wiley Grandy, first vice 
president; W. G. King, secdnd 
vice president; and Howard 
Gray, sepristary. 

Others are Paul W. Ackiss, 
John M. Camp, Jr., E. H. 
Oiurdi, Frank A. Dusd», Everett 
A. FairlanKb, Jr., Frederick T. 
Gray, Bernard Inge, Sidney S. 
KeUam, Robert M. Lambe, 
•Frank J. Malbon, George T. 
McLean, George D. Mon^an, R. 
K. Ronson, W. P. Taliaferro, 
Frank D. Tarrall, Jr., A. T. 
Taylor, and W. Everett Tolson. 



RDmiAGESALE 

SEATAOC — The final iwn- 
oiage sale to boiefit the Seatack 
CcHniBunity Gei^r wiM be heM 
Saturday at tlie Seatack Com- 
munity Center.' 

Oms in, dM> at your own 
price^ and SAVb. 




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Th# Women Want To Kmm 



T^t is m\ <^ganization known as Hie 
Lfl«|^ <^ Wcwnen Vc^ers. It Is an organi- 
zMm% ittat has be&n stMdi'ly growing, and 
is now b^Qinning to maktt »fs voice hMurd 
artf its influ^ice felt statewide. On H^ 
2#^ of t^ils month, the Norfolk-Virginia 
Bee^ Lei^e of Women Voters will hold 
a feMy m Princess Anne >^^ School. A 
great deal of work has gone into the plan- 
nir^ of this politicai meeting^ arni urge 
#» residents of Virginia Beadi to fill the 
nK>m fliw) on* thousw^ «iaf<s I9 ¥m 
scNurf widitorium. It sN>Mld be m% ^ligh^ 
ertrng nmwfing. 

finNi's ^ way It wilt work. QuMfton- 
nalPM have been sent to the five ^«te 
SMMorial candidates seeking the l^toe 
mMs from the Virginia BeecfvChes^i ni^ 
POfiwWuth ' Swi^iat District. The ^9^ 
OMii^a^ camMates will be narrc^M^ 
dotm to #tre» ir» next nrKmth's prtir^^. 
The questionnairet have been prepare by 
th* Virginia League of Women Vc^i^ for 
dtalributk»n by local ^oups. The five can- 
didates have been asked to answei* eight 
very political and very specific questions. 
The one amusing aspect of the question- 
naire i« fhaf ikt ettvglclatas taivt Meh 
asked to MSwer the qt^MMWi in fifty 
words or less, whei^ver p oi^e . Amd 
several of the questittis th^nwrtves am- 
tain far more than ftfty w$»^' BesN^ 
that, we are aware just how ^ficult it is 
for 4' poK^Noat candl^toM to el^arer any 
question in fHiy worA w Nss. iwt these 
are,#*nportant questio^, which iHow, tf^ 
coni#lKw i i il w iwl' lhe^Mt hat,jtak«£ in 
our Swl^ MRplnMMllf. 

Pi'tiMtll «i» dl ^ ftmf important 
questions belMg; tflbiiM 'IMV yeu endorse 
repM of Wm piaV Ite^ mat ^'eNl^^ite for 
voting in state and local eledtlons in Vir- 
giniaf" "Ms is a matter that has greatly 
condl^Md ^e L^gue for some time, es- 
pfK:i«iy since the abolishment of the poll 
Hf>t^iM fyfti^uisite for voting in nationtt 
elej^ l MK #^ii liwi^^r pleasure to hear 
\m^^ ^Mkeimea ^xMk eloquently be- 
fc^^NrfM-^A^eftp^y c^>mmittees in the 
past. 
We'll km p90^9dm\y interested in the 



candidates' answers to two other questions 
as well. One seeks views.on State allevia- 
tidn of the debt load nowv carried by the 
Cities and Counties. The other deafs with 
support of legislation to provide funds for 
all levels of education. This question has re- 
ceived national and statewide interest in 
r.ght of the college ard secondary sc^hool 
crisis now faced by ajl of us. 

Then there is the final catch-all question 
to which we can expect wide variety of 
ar^R^s. The question is, "If elected, what 
, 0p#c legislative program will you pro- 
powf ' Now therie's a tough one. We took 
^M'ward to i'he answers to be presented by 
Wilfiam^ Kellam and L. Charles Burlage 
of Virginia Beach, WiHiam Spohg, Jr., -of 
Portsmouth and Wllham Hodges arwl 
(Ik^cten Marsh of Chesapeake. In that group 
df cRstinguished men, there is opiy one 
^ g»litical rtewcomw, L. Charles Burlage, so 
^ answers can certainly be expected to 
lii bas^ on sound political judgement. 

M any man krrows, we should never 
underestimate the poww of a wKsman. By 
the same token, we should never under- 
estimate the power of a group of women, 
^>tfM% this dedicated group. The five 
cencM^vs are expected to appear at Prin- 
cess Afne High School on the 28th to 
Akuss their answers to ihe questionnaire, 
«id we hope that a large group of interest- 
ed citizens will also be in attendance. It is 
di^<|ssing, to say the least to attend a 
pci^ rally where more candidates than 
specW^s attend. 

We ^salute the Norfolk-Virginia Beach 
League 4^ Women Voters- in their efforts 
to arrive at the truth and to find the best 
three carrclidates. The topics they have 
chosen In their questionnaire are excellent, 
timely, and will certainly help all those at 
the meeting to evaluate for themselves 
just who the three best are. 

^ce again, we remind you that there 
•re nrrare than a thousand seats in the audi- 
torium of Princess Anne High School. We 
wouW like to see all of them filled on the 
28th with civic-minded citizens who appre- 
ciate the mammoth job undertaken by the 
League of ^omen Voters. 




IftJI Grand Old Ffag 



We're Proud Of The Dome 



Ever sinoi we first saw the Dome at 
Virginia 8^K:h and learned of its uses, 
we heveb^M pn^d to have such a faciHty. 
It has b«n a giant boost to Itie city, offer- 
ir^ a plwe for meetings, conventions end 
atf s<^ of entertainment. One of its major 
ufi».hat iMeir for ^^s of interest to the 
teenii^er and ^Hjn^^set. Many is the time 
we 1iav# htm haj^pf to know that the 
Vtounger 0i^ fwd a respectable place 
to jp'fot^NWrWiTwnent^ and a place where 
bettor-cl^^Nf ««te«tdnment is offered. We 
are rwt a<ik^oqates of the "rock 'n rdl" 
sdKKtl of musk^ai^ we usually shun those 
gathering^ vi4tere tfWi particular type of 
goings on is being heW, but we do under- 
stand 1-' ena^rs like alt this, and 
we are monMui that they ha^ a place 
like the Dome at Virginia Beach to visit 
when their kirKi of w^rtainment is belr^g 
presented. Maybe we have even become 
rather smug and co0p\pcietii- about our 
Dome. We simply ta^ it for granted, aiKJ 
to not j'eelite just what a great facility we 
e of those I«i8 fortunate has 
.vay, an<# we |^s if ateng to 

Several hundred Hanson teenagws 

> petition v^^H<^ contanns a 

est t^at may V/iett f^n/k consicferable 

p«rition, w«K its covter letter, 

>• »¥dlo Sat«dn WGH. Th(^ letter 

n ftie adwent of summsc, the 

managers were asking for help. 

rieed some pla» to 90, rtot 

at .oi;c«sions, tx>t aiso my 

-i t*»ey need a comNnrtl^ 

Ooitie, and speciftcalfy 

at Virginia B##ch. 

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avail themselves of the facilities at Virginia 
Beach, because of a lack of transportation 
and money. The teenagers said they feel 
that a worthwhile place of this sort would 
be helpfi^and would solve the problem 
of pe o pte roaming the streets searching for 
something tch-do and some place to go., 
they went on to say they are not asking 
WGH to build the place, but that maybe 
the radio station could start the ball rolling. 
When we read the letter, we were 
struck- by the honesty of these teenagers 
arKf their honest plea. But we also are 
most proud that we already have such a 
place. We are glad that the City Fathers 
saw the need of constructing suc^ a build- 
ing in the first place, and that they made it 
available for twnage entertainment so 
often. It is a place to go for something to 
do. And it IS a good place for the teen- 
agers. We salute rtie radio stations, includ- 
ing WGH, wNch have presented the 
entertainment there. 

We offer our home as mute testimony 
to a real need. We offer it as a model for 
other cities, not errty those in the Tidewater 
area, txjt also in other areas as well. 

Although it is little consolation to the 
Hampton toertagers, particularly this sum- 
mer, t^e syrttpathize with their problem, 
and hope they soon have their own facility 
where they can go and enjoy themselves. 

tliil^t they do, we offer them the use of 
our t$Mte whenever they can get to Vir- 
ginia BeacK In fact welcome them. 

Now that we know that other cities are 
not ^te » fortunate as Virginia Beach, 
we are proacfer #iart ever of our facilities 
in our own city. 



There has been sonrw controversy lately 

over the opening words to orie of this 

country's most patriotic songs. Origmially, 

we have learned, vy'hen Gfeorge M. Cohan 

(Yankee Doodle B<^) wrote the song, the 

first words were, ^oulfe a grand oJd flag, 

a high flying RAG".Tr" But over fhe years; 

we have become too sophisticated to refer 

to the colors as a "rag", and the spirited 

song now goes, "You're a grand old flag, 

a high flying FLAG ..." We are certain 

that Mr. Cohan had nothing but rwpect 

for the American flag, and his reference to 

a rag was nothing more than a term of 

endearment or lasting affection. 

Recently, in a national magazine, a well- 
known columnist used the original word- 
ing, and was take/i to task quite severely 
in subsequent issues for qupting Mr. 
Cohan. His critical opponents, we are sure, 
were merely trying to make a point, but so 
are we. We don't care what you call it, as 
long as ybu show proper respif for it. 

National Flag Week is celebrated this 
year from June. >3 to June 19, and Flag 
Day is V\Aonday, Jund 14. The purpose of 
setting aside a week designated as National 
Flag Week is formally defined as "The in- 
culcation of tile meaning of true Ameri- 
canism into the minds ancf hearts of our 
citizens". True Americanism has nothing to 
do with one's politics, nothing to do with 
conservatism or liberalism, rtothing tcKdo 



wilih econnomic factors; *^and nothing to 
do with sects or factions of any kind. It 
lies in devotion to country, and to those 
eternal principles of freedom upon which 
it was founded and which are the source 
j^ its strength and greatness. 
, In sorhe.^ircfes today, patriotism seems 
to be regardecf with some contempt. Highly 
vocal groups of'yoi»»g?ihd older persons 
alike, pay lip service to our enemies, by 
violently denouncing the efforts of the 
government. They appear to have little re^ 
spect for the flag of our country as it was 
seen through ^e eyes of such people as 
Francis Scott Key and yes, even George M. 
Cohan. In certain foreign countries, our 
flag has been torn dovvtn from official gov- 
ernment buildings. We should regard this 
as a major crime. The reverence we should 
all h^e for our flag symbolizes our patriot- 
ism— something vitally necessary in these 
trying times. 

It is a rare thing today to see the flag 
flying in front of a private home, even on 
national holidays. 

We ask you to show^ your patriotism on 
Flag Day and during National Flag Week. 
Let the flag fly high and let all know the 
overwhelming majority of Americans, dif- 
fer as they do on problems and issues, re- 
vere if, and love and respect all that it 
means to us. ' 



'WE WILL BURY YOU' 

BY LT. EAM-E T. HTALB 

NAS OCEANA 

UTILITy SQUADRON RDUR 

(KtMbi^a mMm •■ CMiMMBiiiia to b« i^«liU«lMd •msk wMk) 

tHE PRICE OF FK' '-'"'M 

Epiltqieck WM not a ftry large liwn m tO#til^ but to 
Emttuniiai Mavrak^ it was a very iitiportai^t pket. It was h» 
town and Greect wto his ceuittry. He \#«s {MFAud ihai he was a. 
Greek. 

Ngw p«ce bad finally con*^ >He would farm his land and 
raise his family, It would be simple now. After So miKh suffering 
the good things must come. Bjjt, as Emmanual was to discover, 
it is a very long journey from di^MIHS to reality. 

One day as he worked iji the fields ^n canw to him. They 
appeared to be men keenly fcwafle of th(* hunger and suffering 
his people had known. They toWF him that they believed they had 
a plan to helo alleviate the huil|[er and suffering of the people 
of Emnianud's town. They oUled their idea Communism I 
Emmanual listened to all they had to say and then he simply said, 
"No". He told them he had fought hard for deniocracy and ^le 
wouW like to give it a chance to woHt. They smiled and left. 

A few weeks later other men came but they lacked the polish 
and ease of the others. They were hard men. Tlwy told Enmianual 
that he, as Mayor, of his village, must sec to it that his people 
were jH-operly cared for ; if not-they would ! He was told h<^ to 
run his village and who to ap|)oint. "Those who oppose tl^ tide 
of mankind's surge to freedom must pay the consequences" was 
their final t^mark. 

Emmanuel Mavrakis was probably no braver than ^pij- or I, 
but he had lost freedom once. He Itad seen his parents ' die al<ing 
with men who had become like brothtrs fo him. His freedom was 
precious. Emmanual refused the demlttids of these men. Two days 
later his three children were takAl. ' 

Again Biesc men told Enimamial lo do their bidding or this 
time, his chtWren would die. The niepbers of the town council 
urged him to {^ree to thgif deinands ^-i to save his children. They 
hwl all liveti under terror before — they would survive again ! 

EmmanKal thought of the hundreds of men and women who 
looked to him for leadership; he thought of the thousands of 
children yet unborn; but inost of ail be thougttt of ^ two boys 
and little girt "^ - " t • -^ 

.* ,We, Ba Americans, very seldom face » choice as dramatic and 
heart rending as Mavrakis! We know the Areat of world commu- 
nism is a menace to world peace. We knbw American men are 
dyiog daily in small brushf ire-wars to hrft the insidious march 
61 comtnunism; but it usually never quite touches our individual 
world. The communist is confident, however, that Americans are 
soft and spineless. Communist Interrogators in Korea came to that 
conclusion concerning pur fighting men. 4^ 

,^"^^^^ "I^"/^""" observations of Amerfcan soldiers and their 
officers captured m this war for the liberation of Korea from 
capitalistic and imperialistic aggression the following facts are- 
eviaenced. The American soldier has weak foyahies to his fimily,' 
his community, his country, his religion, and to his fellow sdldiers. 
His concept of right and wrong is hazy; opjiortunism is easy. By 
himself he feels fnghtened and insecure. He under-estimates hU 
own work, his own strength, and his ability to survive. He is 
largely ignorant ol social values, socfel tensions and^ con flicts . ' 
There is little knowledge or understanding even aniong United 
States university graduates, ef American political histocy andihil- * 
osophy: the. federal « state, and -dlawiiaity ©rganifati^te'; st^es ' 
rights and civil rights; freedoni safeguards, and how these^things 
supposedly -oijerate- within his own system. He is exceedingly in- 
sular and provincial, with little or no idea of the problems and flie 
aims of what he contemptuously describes as foreigners, and their 
countries. He has an unrealistic concept of America's inherent, 
rather than earned or proven, superiority and of its absolute mili- 
tary invincibility. This is his greatest weakness. He fails to appre- 
ciate the meaning of and the necessity for military organization 
or any form of discipline. Most often he feels that his military 
service is a kind- of hateful and unayoidable servitude to be tolerat- 
ed as briefly as possible. He is what he himself calls a i)eacetime 
soldier. He Io6ks on military service only as a soft and safe job. 
He resents hardship and sacrifipe bf any descriptidns, as if these 
things were unfair and unreasoju^lc to hira personally." 

I honestly don't believe this is true. Hundreds of thousands of 
families will testify to the sacrifices made in liberty's name 
Sacrifices that were made willingly to preserve this nation But 
what about you? What would you do if you were Emmanual 
Mavrakis? What would be the pnce of your freedom? 



I 



THE VIRGINIA BEACH 
OPEN FORUM 



Two Cents Tax And DST 



The two per cent sales tax in Virginia 
Beach has now mar^ged to survive just 
about half a month, and no one seems any 
the worse for wear. Of course this may not 
last, particularly for^ the merchants who 
have to fill out so many forms to be sub- 
mitted to the city before the first of July. 

In those first few days, we stood around 
cash registers all over the city listening to 
d&rks trying to figure out the proper tax. 
There was always just the slightest pause 
while the clerk looked it up on "his handy 
little sales tax chart. Most of the customers 
accepted the additional sum as a matter of 
course, and reached into a pocket Pr pocket- 
book already full of lots of jingling pennies. 
Sortie would say, "Oh yeah, I'd forgotten 
about that." Others would. mumt>le some- 
thing about "yredh, another t®( . . . ", and 
one we heard shocked us icompletely. A 
njost respectable-looking, weRI-^essed man 
in his late thirties, tyrned on the poor 
young thing of a clerk and grunibled 
loudly, "Wher! dtt* iftat go ittto effect? I've 
been Mving here all my life, aijd I flidn't 
know we were ^oing to have a sates tax." 
Now that's y*/hat we call an urvinformed 
citizen, completely oblivious of the world 
around him. Somehow or other, we don't 
kn^w whether to envy him or pity him. 



But in our days of stamding around cash 
the lives of City Council rnembers and most 
registers, we heard no serious threats on 
people just dug a little deeper. 

So now we fall into a routine, paying 
two cents on a dollar as a sales tax. We 
should be just about completely u^ea to 
it, when the General Assembly meets Ttext 
January and decides to up the rate to three 
cents on a ck)llar. 

Arid If the transition from no tax to the 
sales tax was not bad enough, during the 
same Week, another momentous occasion 
had to take place. Daylight Saving Time 
began, and nobody seemed to remember 
whether to set the clock ahead an hour or 
back an hour. The Virginia General As- 
sembly, in its infinite wisdom^ probably 
did a very good thing when It cfecreed that 
DST would begin on a Sundisy. More than 
likely, we will all be fully used to ^T and 
an hour more' of dayllg'h*^ by jrtve Suncfey 
after Labor Day. That's the date set for the 
rteturn to Standard Time. 

these two traumatic experiences, 15ST 
and thef sales tax are now safely behind us. 
maybe we can settle down for a quiet 
summer of swimming, surfing, partying, 
fighting heavy traffifc and taking nerve 
pills. 



I just want to express niy ap- 
preciation to your paper for the 
fine coo{>eraUon and cover^e 
extended to the Virginia Beach 
Little TTieatre over the past year. 

Both Doris Padrick and Ruby 
Jeaa Phillips have helped make 
my i<^ as publicity chairman 
easier and pleasant. 

OtiT community theatre is 
most grateful to your publication. 
Siirley Fentress 

Dear Sirs: 

We have just complerted a' 
mcwt successful Easter Seal Cam- 
paiKi in the state of Virginia, 
and we are deeply indebeted 
to you for your help in publi- 
cizing our efforts. 

Although we do not haVe our 
f^ures in from all over the state, 
the resulte at this point are most 
gratifying. To date, we have re- 
ceived $250,000 from the 1965 
campaign. We, of course, realize 
that this could not have been 
accomplished without your help 
and your. support. These funds 
win ptomt Afedical iai^isifcn^, 
tt-eatment services, therapy, 
can^kig experisncesi ofthope<fic 
apUnces, m. to many, om^ 
crtp^d child*^ and aduhs. 

Please acce'pt our sincafe ex- 
pression ofappFMialion. 
Sincerely yours, 
'W* few«F S«rf Seoiity 
W. Raymond Banes 
Acting Executive Director 




tifying earmarks throughout his- 
tory. The proud owners of these, 
have in turn, worn them with aji 
air of dignity and "happy dedica- 
tion. 

This quality of the truly skilled 
workman and the highly trained 
professional will forever be the 
tag identifying the worthy, of 
either group. "Men proud of 
their product." 

Putting one's self irhole-heart- 
edly, into his daily duties, is a 
prerequisite to happiness and 
success. Should the butcher, the 
baker, the candle-stick-maker, or 
any other workman, happen to - 
find himself unwilling or incap- 
able, of completing his assign- 
ments successfully, he should 
look for a different environment. 
Should the doctor, -the lawyer, 
the social worker, the teacher, 
the preacher, or any otlwr pro- 
fessional, find himself unwilling, 
to make the necessary sacrifices 
fitting his chosen professton, he 
should immediately make room 
for, "the dedicated'*. 

Dignity and-dedication'Tvill al- 
ways «11 at a premium and 
wiffiout them, will be mediocrity. 
A, |ea<^ M^ is unwilling ot 
iqc^ble of wearing the "true 
rarirtirks," of his chosen career f 
«»gd, by all means, shift to 
wHeft he really belongs; "Right 
where his heart is". "When the 
l»art is right, the work is li^t." 

P.O. W^^Sf^l. * 



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ISeatack Recreation Committee, 
a ij^ision of the City Recreation 
Depaftment, has estabilsl^ a 
spmtsmamhip irophy as a me- 
morial to a teen-age atiiletewho 
was drowned in a sand pit cmi 
South Bkdneck Road about four 
years ago. 

The. Itonald Edward Walke 
Memorial Trof^y will . remain 
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student selected for out^aiKiing 
achievement in sportsmanship, 
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rules that r»:ipients must com- 
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baseball in the same calendar 
year, bet\vee!i^&Mlemt|er and 
August. The award wtH be j^e- 



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■ofanct problem trpro^ 
fetBionali. Our continuinc 
aftlntlon to yotir iane-- 
aaee escds assares jroe of 
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sented each Se^eaib«r for the 
past year's partKipalim. 

The committee hopes in tl» 
netf future (o sUfft an annual 
Ronald Edward Walke Award 
Banquet to raise funds for the 
SeMack area and for {X^tmca- 
tion dL die award. 

Ronald Edward Walke, bet- 
ter known as Sandy, was the 
sevendt child <^ Mr. and Mra. 
Qaiaice O. Walke Sr. of 1542 
Old Vir^ia Beach Road. He 
was a frail ehUd, suffering from 
Mute asAma, which restricted 
mmnal activity during hU early 
years. 

When lie was nine y^rs ol 
a^e he joined the Seatack recr ?- 
atioaal teams, foir the first tini* 
takmg part in die sports he so 
much enjoyed. It was ikM «isy. 
He could only |k|y live minutes 
at a time. But as hk miQcles 
gradually develcxxd, his asth-^ 
matic a>ndition oe|^ to eaw. 
-By ^ time he was 12 it h»d 
recessed and he began pla^ag 
sucCMsfully in Ae Jmioglei^ttef, 
Aen moved -on to tbe Sntjor 
leagues. 

At the tinft of his tragic deatfi^ 
the youth was a member d th$ 
Union Kem{»ville High SclK>el 
football and t»8e-l»M teams and 
he i^»tMl Seatack Athletic Co- 
ordinator Waverly M. Williams 
in coaching aU the junior hi^ 
teaaas. 

"He was a leader at aU time$, 
whether on or olf the athletic 
field." Williams sai4 
j "We are not trying to re^w 
or imilale l^ndy's chWdhoodf 
dirough the criteria specified for 
this awMd," te added, . "but 
rather to Wng out sane of the 
better characteristics that may 
bfc found in eveiyone." 

The <»mmittee has (kcided 
that the award will be limited to 
the recreational partici|»nts kA 
the Seatack arra only. Two rea- 
sons prompted this deciskm. 
First, Sandy's modier h^ been 
Ae area's chairman ev« siiKe 
it was orpmized. Second, Sandy 
never played wkh any <^er roc- 
reatiohal area. 





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Hehigeratk» Service SiMieefg 
Soeiely. 

Besxies Mi widow uid mod^, 
nlrviv^ »e three itmaijssm, 
V^Ms Patrice Kay CnMw, 
Sherri Lynn Culliiw attd Lcttrie 
^fei CuHins, aatf a ten, Bhtfry 
myne Cullins, aH of Vii^a 
WKli; a sis«», K^ SM 
Dbi^htie of CroiftweH, Cwiil.; 
a brother, Will»m Percy CttHiro 
Jr. <A Richmond; aad two Sttp- 
»sters. Mrs. Atana Guiited of 
Springfield, Ohio, and Mrs. 
•Ruth Byrd of NorfoMt. 

A funeral servKc w|B be con- 
ducted today at 1 1 a.«. in Gra- 
ham Funeral H<Hne, O^sapeake, 
*>y the Rev. E. T. farrell of 
Bayside Congregational Chifs- 
tian Church airf the Rev. O. D. 
Poy^pan, pesibr «n»tas of 
South Norfdk Ccmgregational. 
OkHitkn Chur<A. Mil wUt be 
in Roiewood l^iaocial Pirk 



CECA I. HU4>M¥ 

VKOINIA BEACH — Rf - 
tired Navy Oiief Cecil baw: 
Bellomy, 46, of 5605 NorHna 
Road, Diamond Sfmags, d«d 
Monday at 3.30 p.m. in a Bal- 
tunore hospkal. 

A native of Jack«ia County, 
Ala., \» lived tore 1 1 years. He 
was the husband of Mrs. Mary 
tillian BelkuBy. Hit parents 
were Isaac aad ^fes^ Myrtje 
Proctor Bellomy. 

He was a jnemj}^ of Dianoed 
Sprmgs Chri^ian Church. 

He retired in 1957 as a chief 
m»;M]^f s mMe itfler 20 ydts. 
Since tficn, he has been «. sub- 
dBftfttwtor for Filter Queen Co. 

Besides his widow, surviving 
are hk f(M«ef modier, Mht . Lucy 
i<iomxKi of Mraiifl^lam; a s(mi, 
Donald Cecil BeHemy, aad a 
dauditer, Vfiss Diane ETizabeft 
BfeUbiny, boA of Vwipnia ^ach; 
vtA four foster sk^rt. 

A ftineral service wiS be «»- 
diKted in Hollotnofi>BrowR Fu- 
imaAHboie today, at 2 p.m. by 
^ Rev. G. DavW SSir^^ of 
Dumomt S^in^ Christian 
Ckurch. ftirial wffl be in Arting- 
ton National Cemetery Fi^y 
« 1 p.m. ©ST. 



BeodMr Ms widow, symivtas 
are « AlwBtef, MM^ iMMoe 



bMk of VtrgiMa Beach. 

A jHMi MtVloe waa cm- 
dtodai ift^MMkMtioii-Browa ^. 
aeral Home. Norfolk. WedoM- 
'dby by the Rev. Wiifiam €. Hoff- 
iMM of St Bride's Chu»A, Bur. 
U wa» m Roeewood Menortel 



VMN g^ BBACH — 

y^mm a iin,m<jcn fw •aWMIB Ua>»lir •»*MWfc ^MOWHl, 75, ffi' 



MUmAY W. HAnPLEY 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mur- 
ray Warren Hlteey/^, of 904 
JiftcDoBald Aoad, reifced gov- 
ernment civil ei^eer, <fted &in- 
day « 5:10 a.in. in a Norfolk 
hospital. 

A native <rf Dodge, Neb., he 
lived in the Norfolk-Virginia 
Bead] arM 23 yeu». He was d» 
husband ctf Mrs. A^« Belaad 
Haffley and a son of Mil« and 
Mrs. Mary Haffley. 

He WIS retired after 15 years 
as a civil ^iaeer. 

Ife was a memiber of St. 
ftride's EtrfscoiMl Oiurch, lonk 
Masonic Lodge '87 of Niobrara, 
Neb., and Senior Citizen's Club 
of Norfolk. 



^«*iy mei^^ w a . 
ceai h»hB i$m a ImM 

A artve of Ty^ CoH^, 
N.€., he ttved here nott efl& 
Me. He was die bushud of Mi. 
Nellie DIHaid ^Memas aad a 
son <A Edward Davis aad Mn. 
Katherine folangia BatemM. 

He WW a frame buid« Mr 
IW|Mw teat Sl Awmnt Ca, 
Norf(A. He wwi a menwcr ti 
Lavmte A^norkd Peat^osttl 
Hoin^ CbwA:^ 

Besridies his wMow, survivhig 
are a daudttor, t^. Dorotfiy M. 
Torres of Norfolk; three sMi« 
Horace Van Austin <rf Vir^^ 
Beach, Raymond Bateman ud 
Edward Bateman of Norfolk; 

of Norfolk. 

The bo(^ «» tal^ to Sin-. 
ide Funeral Home. 

A fun^iri^ sefvi<» ww can- 
dacted ia Laviader Memdiial 
PeBt«»MtaJ Hoiums ChiiMi 
Wednesday h>y tfie Rev. R. )M- 
len HiH. Burial was ia Riviie^; 
Memorial Park. . --.. 

In sad but sweet menory ol - 
mt s(Mi and broA», Ftai^ 
WaftsoR Land who Im uah^)' 
years ago today, June 10, lS^3r.,„ 

Bahie your grave we trften stand ' 
With hearts both craved add 

sow. f. ;^.-;n 

But k the gloom, the 
words Gcm» 
"Not fosl, but gone 

So w«'H be brave, dear Frank 
And pniy to Qed «isli dw 
Afld wioit* cats w hriMl% 

yoo, 
YoumMitte vt^l MidS te wafv 

His, ftewttd Milp^ 
SWter ain! InoAers 




CKAOUATES 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Barbara Nkr Prootor, 4204 
EweU Road, wm am<mg the class 
of 232 senicn- and a candidate 
for a badielor of mts degree at 
the 192iid Dickson Ctolbge com- 
mencement exercises held recent- 
ly at Carlisle, Pa. 

Miss ,Pr6ctor is a pcHitici^ 
scienob OM^or. 



nssiKffiiEeni 



VIRGINIA BfEACH — Miss 
Sandra L Rux, 2981 Lynnhaven 
EWw, has been accepted as a 
participant in the University <rf 
Ctonflecticut's ne# Honors ^ol^ 
a» i^cgram «Mch was initiated 
tet fta She fr among the 53 
exceptional high sdiool senicHS 
so selected. 

Nfiss iRux wiB enroll at the 



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^Nto Iwr It ibpenMla and 
we eaa ^Mi Atern^k. mm 
we aire in taiie vtth Clod'a la* 
and apply it to w» Ihwa a«d 

*%^ ^*^ and «ide» an 

aafabUahed. 

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COMM(»nA«tTR 

b m Ottt^ 0M^ eT ii» 
Ck«iil Cmh if lie 1% el ti«^' 
Cfaria Bc«:h, en Ike IHi «^ ^ 

eKMn or immmKmm 

9IIRLBY MARffi ^mmm 

PlahrtW, 
apiiM 
DAMON WEBSTK^ 

FAR^ISR, Jr., Def^dsttt. 

Tlw obtoet of Ak sutf b to? 
olMah) a dlvcnoe a vnculo tM.- 
riaicmir from the ^d d^gid^ 
Mil, upcm the |?<»Ws of f«w' 
yeaws otnthHious se^tration> ' 

And m affifavie tambtf feteen 
ma^ atfd ffl(M ftal Ae mm- 
ant is a non-r6sident of the S^ 
of Virginia, Ae la^ known m- 
drcM fceiiigt 4413 Owrf CN^, 
Fort WorA, Texas, It is orMMtf 
Aat he do appear here wiAftf iM 
(10) days after due {HiWiCTtife 
hereof, and do what nwiy be 
necessky tk> pnMiS hfe InMNW 
in this soft. 

A copy— Tcitfe: 

joww V. rim^REi^ fmn ^ 

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iXWDON BRIDGE — Va- 
cMkHi Bible Sdiod wUl befm 
Mnday axmili^ at Ixn^m 
Mdge Biqrtist CfHuch, and will 
fee lield ttmm^ Fricby from 9 
a.m. u> fio<». . 

P»'q»i«ion Day wlU be hdd 
at Ae diwob on Frklay irom $ 
to llftji. AHciifl#»ii^ardlesi 
flf ^ncb aMiMkm may r^i- 
ttr fw Ae Vacation BiUte SdKx^ 
•t^tttime. 

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e. Bdwifd Iftu^. princmal; 
Mn. I^w^ ftttddta, Mn. Fian 
nafim, asd HaroM Smkhscm, 
ig^ < jrin cipak; Mrt. Betty 
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, O&le, piaabt; Mi», Nwa Brodie, 
Mrs. Beafrke SWpp, and Mrs. 
Betty T^, refifefliraent com- 
mittee; uid Mrs. RadsL Powd, 
tranapoMtion committee chair- 
man. 

Superintendent aie Mrs. Jo 
S^airiey, beginner I; Mrs. EHeen 
El*, beginner II; Mi». Fran 
H^MS, beginner III; Mis. June 
lUH, primary I; M«. Sarrfi 
Wig^eton, primary IV; Mn. 
Maii^e Woolard, juni<» I (gah 
9-10); Miss Mary Fran Hughes, 
Jnntor II (boys 9-10); Mrs. 
EdMi Butt, }unior HI (gk4s 11- 
12); Hai^old Smithson, junior IV 
(boys 11-12); and Nfrs. Edie 
ftowen, iulermediitc 



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fiETS 
kWKLQm 

Z»AMOra> SPRIltKSS — 
ntm I <tf tte Vm^ Beach 
Mo&if^ l^rtet 1^ Expaa- 
sJOK^Mpte MM CMvMtBd dm 
weA, ami buyers «Bd tHffisn wiU 
•ee/«ie 'Hiem lode" wtea they 
ooalB 4»te Market this vttk- 
mS,m^btma^ to e. R. CodtrtH, 
Jr., C^ A$ncvd^nA Agstt. 

is a^d^ ite mmomi±mat, 
OxtoiA aaid, tet Pfewe I con- 
uiM «f ^adi^ m^uimimgA 
gOgfiOO loot area, the •%iisii" 
r*^% <rf tte «%iffid area lued 
tear yMT, and app]^ oyster 
AiH baae cm die new ar^L 

CSo^Odl said that moot, no- 
^^tMtdm^ would be die re- 
tocatiw <tf die small (feale^ staHs 
frptt dM (M to the new area. 
Ha(wv«-, Act occupy die s&me 
relati^ bcattm. 

Itie tratter, used as tn otfv^ 
for dw hImtlBet wImS, has also 
beei msmA to ^ rear ol die 
aew tot 

Tie eipaiKted Xtoicet aifca 
wfll jKioaaa^Me i^ipfoumately 
90 tredn, 90 pcaenger cars, 
and 16 small dealer staHs. An 
ovoflow area for peak seasons 
tt adao r»(fy. 

Mnae n ocmm ists <rf con^nic- 
tiw of a 24 X 26 foot building 
lUeb wiU bouse die office, ^or- 
1^ room, and pi^lic sankation 
facilities. AdditkMiaHy, new and 
t^^lMM^ 1^^ is a part 
of 111 pise, lliia phase wiU 
fet NMier way ne:^ week and is 
eivee^ to be amflei^ July 

m cmimts of black- 
die entire area, w'^ 
|nqB9' mutuig for directed 
ttww: sa^ parkmg. Final plans 
.toUytiS are to erect appropri- 
ale l^way signs to die Market. 

HEL6EK0N EECTED 



CONMUNin LEAGUES^ 

VIRGINIA BEACH — TTie 
Virginia Beach Community 
leagues, spcHiscned by die Vir- 
ginia Beach Recreation Depart- 
ment opened its season Frklay 
oi«ht at six fidds. V;^ 

In the Midget Leagues the 
Woodstodc Rebels defeated die 
Cardina'ls of Greoiwich 10-6. 
Steve Dickins, Rex Rodges 
blasted solo homers and Homer 
Jones mashed two homers in 
die victory. The cwirdiusc Qibs 
drfcated Creeds Mcts 9-3, Timy 
Buder pitdied the win and also 
h<miered. Rona^ Brand the 
Courthouse catdier diiew diree 
base runners (Hit trying to st«d 
second base. 

Action in die Intermediate 
League saw <keenwich Mets ^- 
feat die Woqdatock nine 6-2. 
Warren Wrench went 3/3 widi 
a homer topfring off his hits 



VlROmiA BEACH — 
niilip A. Helgenon, ami of 
Capt and Mn. Ardiur A. Hel- 
nm (USN) of 4656 Curtis 
DHve, was recrady ^iobDd to 
the Manning Oiapel E»ecut!ve , __ 
Bond at BgowBh U niva rsi tyr p^ed at 
Providence. R.L 

intor at Brown aul is 

a cwoioBie for jbe Bacl^lw of 

Axtt decree. He^ion is a 

Prioeew Aaat I^h 



4-H projects, maii^ in ^eep> 
CandKlates will be nraied by the 
Cooper^ive Extemk^ Service, 
and finalfarts will be ietocted by a 
comimUi^ of judfBs at Chbago 
just prkMT to the unless. 



Trantwood Cardinals defrated 
die, Woodstack Rebels 15-7. 

In the Jtmior Lei^e Creeds 
Colts routed die Trantwood T- 
BtfdS T6-1. — -T 

Teen Girls sofrt>all aoti(^ 
opened wkh Thalia winning oMtr 
Greenwidi 11-9. Other games 
die Midget Tigejs won over 
Trantoivood 3-0. 



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JD &TD9T NDISPIfi 

^WRGINL^ BEACH -- Miss 
AiHi Pk(%N-, a senkir at Prin 

ten*^ at £Siise Obici SchS - "^^ '""'"^- ^^^ **^*''" *« 
d N(ii^ in SuBoOl. 

She has been ikwarcted a schcri- 
antbip by the Louise Obici W<Mn- 
en's Auxilii^, and ia one of sev- 
enl scholaraiup awarded an- 
nually to qualMied candidates by 
the organization. TTie Auxiliary 
is' cuireflfdy spmiaoring tme 
j^ung ladi^ in die three ^ar 
V^offam. , , 

MiK Pfl^riBdll study basic 
nuning couraes at Louise Obici 
Scho<rf of Nuning, which is af- 
filiated widi Old Dominion OA- 
lege in Norfoft where the science 
coursM are taught durii^ the 
firsc year. 

She is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. E. G. Pledger of 803 Stell 
Lane. 

HISS TARBURTTOH 
RECOteD 

DELAWARE, Ohid — Miss 
Nan^ S. Tarbutton was iuncmg 
15 students recogniwd for "mer- 
itorious achievement" in eco- 
mMpc courses recently at the 
tmnual recognition dinner <rf 
Ohio Weskyan Univenity Eco- 
nomics Departinent. 

Miss Tarbutton, a senior eco- 
nomics majc»-, is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mn. J. R. Tarbutton, 
1633 Pari^ Road. 

4-H SCHOLARSHIPS 

Among die scores of scholar- 
ships for 4-H members provided 
umually by business concerns 
are six given by Wilson & Co., 
Inc. one of tlw pioneer bacten 
of 4-H work. 

The scholar^p of $50() each 
wttl go to six of the most out- 
handing young rfiecp raisen 
acrea die country. Hie awards 
arc given at die Nfttonal 4-H 
Qub Cra^ess in Oiicago dur- 
ii^ a recofokion dinn^ hosted 
by Wilson. 

Oub membere must be 14 
years or okkr, and have com 



M. Littio 
Loague fioM 
Down To Wirt 

The Sadler katerial bulipl 
avengi^ dietr openif^ day teas 
to the WGH Stags by stopping 
Aem 11-4. It was die first los* 
for the jfwevious unbeaten Stags. 

The King's DepM. Store An- 
zacs wiged the Dukes earlier in 
the week 5-4, while the (Rebels 
stopped the Rc^ewood Memorial 
Bean 7-3. Tbe Stags are now 
5-1, Dukes 6-2, Bean 5-2. The 
Stags must beat the Bean and 
Peppen to take die 1« half 
crown. 

Bodi of tlK meviously rained 
out games will be played this 
week. 

In odi^ action the John Kel- 
ler Rebels shut-out the Dream 
Construction Jets $-0 and the 
Fleet Reserve Ass'n. Orioles 
dropped a ck»e one to the Bears 
4-3 in two extra innings. The 
Orioles also played to a 7-7 tie 
with the Jets. The Peppen and 
Anzacs played a 6-6 draw. 



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Giviks Are 
Top Pitchers 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Sports fdl to the Rotarians 9 to 
7 in last week-end's double- 
header in the Virginia Beach 
American LittJe League. In the 
second game die Tigen defeated 
die Cubs 10 to 0. 

Bobby Morecock turned in an 
outstanding hitting record for 
the Sports, doubling in the first, 
second and fifdi inninp. He 
drove in three runs and scored 
once himself. 

John Givik was winning pit- 
cher for the Rotarians aiid Ed 
StoUe was the losing pitcher. 
The Rotarians had 9 runs on 7 
hits with 4 erron. Tlie Sports 
had 7 runs on 6 hits and 2 a- 
ron. 

AiK^er Givik, Larry by 
i»me, was winning pitcher for 
the Tigers, allowing only one 
hit Losing pkcber for ^ Cuba 
wi» Gray Hodgson, "t^r^^ 

Meade KampfmuHer doubled 
m die fifth for the Tigers and 
MiJK Martin fait a home run in 
die same inning with two men 



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Donnie Hart iced die game widi on base. 

llie Tigen had 10 runs on 10 



SHRINE DANCE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Beach Shrine Qub wiH 
hold its annual dan<;e August 12 
at the Cavalier Beach Clirf) from 
9:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. 

Music will be provided by 
Russ Carlyle and his orchestra 
who af^ieared here three years 
ago with Nelson Eddy and has 
appeared coast-to-oiast on ti^e 
Jack Paar television show. 

Featured soloist with the or- 
chestra will be Patty Clayton. 

Admission to the dance will 
be $5.50 per couple, tax in- 
cluded, and tickets will be avail- 
aWe frcrni Shrine Club membere 
later this month. 



hits and one error. The Cubs 
had one hit but no runs and 2 
erron. .^i* %^ j ^ 



CUSTOMER WINS SHOES 

VIRGINIA BEACH— Ralph. 

Cox, Manager of the new RusseU 
and Holmes Shoe Store, at 305 
Laskin Road, has announced the 
Iwo winners in the Grand Open- 
kig drawing. Hie winner of the 
$100 shoe wardrobe was Mn. 
John M. Moore, of 929 Baltic 
Avenue, Virginia Beadi, and 
the winner of the large stuffed 
"Hush Puppy" dog that had b^n 
displayed in the store window, 
was Martha Poindexter, of 429 
26th Street, Virginia Beach. The 
names of the two winnen wer|^ 
pulled out of a box by a custo- 
mer on Monday. 



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WilUrd A. Van Eag*!. S«»i«^ ftkria* Sciaatut at tk» VirH 
tiaia la«titata of Ma^aa Sciaaca •koariac tka (iaat alaa blaa erab 
caagkt by Raabaa L. Jaakiai to Glaaa Mahakaa, aa Aatiacb CoHaga 
•tacaal iMapioyad ia tba- Ci aot aa — l a gy Payartaiaat of tha lattitata. 

Sizable Blue Crab Landed 



GLOUCESTER POINT — 
liow big do we grow blue crabs 
in Virginia? Reuben L. Jenkins 
of Gloucester County thought he 
had one of the biggest when he 
caught a pound and a half jim- 
my crab m one of his pots in 
Mobjack Bay last Monday morn- 
ing. Jenkins^ who lanids his 
catch at the York River Seafood 
Company at Perrin, gave the gi- 
ant <;rab to the Virginia Institute 
of Marine Science at Gloucester 
Point for its exhibit. 

W. A. Van ^ngel, marine sci-' 
entist in charge of crab research 
at VIMS^ measured and weighed 
the crab. "TTie crab was »% 
inches wide, from spine tip to 
spine tip, had a 21V4 inch span 
from tip to tip of outstretched 
claws, and weighed 1^ pounds. 
The jeg ipan and body weight 
are the same as another male 
crab on exhibit. The biggest crab 
on exhibit is 9% inches wide, 
but has very shiall claws," said 
Van Engel. He estitaat^ ttot 
Aese crabs were about 4 times 
average weight, and that about 
67 of them would fill ? 100 . 
pound barrel. Normally about 
300 crabs are packed in a bar- 
rel. . . ^ 



female craA>s are never as 
hirge as males. One landed last 
week at M. F. Quinn's crab 
house in Ham{Kon repmtedly 
weidiMi 14^ ounces, but was 
cooked before VIMS cotfld ob- 
tain it. Van Engel «aid he would 
like to have some large female 
crabs lor exhibit. "We have had 
reports of giant male crabs from 
the Chickahominy River, but 
never a specimen in irand. We 
will accept all donations." 

Giant crabs ^em to be more 
abundant in Maryland than Vir- 
ginia. Record sizes for Maty- 
land are 21% inches and 24% 
inches, from claw-tip to cliw- 
tip. It is estimated that aiboot 
25 per cent of Wye and Miles 
river crabs are of $,\bM sm. 

GOOD CITIZEN AWARD 

RADFORD — Members of 
the freshman class at Radford 
CoUege were honcwed recently 
when the' Good Citizen awards 
were made to the twelve mem- 
bers of the class. 

Among the twelve outstanding 
members of tiie dass of '68 was 
Elaine RoosendaU of Vi^ta 
Beach. 



THE TIME HAS COME 



Coast Guaril 
Awarded Trophy 
ForPerformaiice 



PORTSMOUTH — For en 
unprecedented ttiird v«r in a 
row, the Fifth Coast Guaiti DU- 
ttict Auxiliary has won the cov- 
eted National Cramnander's Tro- 
■P*>y for Superior Performance. 

The trrahy was received to- 
day at FifA Coast Guard District 
Headquarters in Portsmouth by 
Commander E. S. Ghikten, Di- 
rector of Auxiliary. Ttie an- 
nouncement that the district had 
been picked to receive the award 
came at the Auxiliary'-s National 
Conference held at the Waldorf- 
Astoria in New York. 

The winners of the trojAy are 
picked annually by a committee 
designated by the National 
Commander, Ellsworth A. Wein- 
burg of Dallas, Texas. The var- 
ious districts are judged on a 
point basis aqd the criteria for 
judging includes such varied 
items as forming flotiHas, in- 
creasing member^p, qualifying 
impeifUx%, examiners and (|n- 
stnictors, training in communi- 
cations, search and rescue, (Cour- 
tesy examinatiom, oper^ionaJ 
assists, lives saved aiMJ educa- 
tional activities to the public. 

ComflMnder OiiMers, com- 
menting on the award said, "Tlie 
backbone of the auxiliary are 
the individual members of each 
flotilla in the district who work 
mainly on their own initiative 
towani improving the nation's 
water safety program." 

The Coast Guard Auxiliary, 
tormed in 1939, is an organiza- 
tion erf owners of boats,* aircraft, 
or radio stations, w^ich helps the 
Coast Guard with safety, edu- 
cation, and rescue measures. 

Spearheaded by the Coast 
Guard and the Auxiliary Flo- 
tillas, State boating authorities 
safety offichils, U.S. Power 
Squadrons, Red Cross, and the 
YMCA are carrying out an ex- 
tensive program of education in 
boating safety. 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, Ji^ne 10, 1965 



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LEAGUES 




Beacb 
113 de- 
Post 280, 
of Kel- 
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You have all the business in Virginia Beach 

None of your customers has access to other stores 

Children stop being born 

Old people stop dying 

Nobody is getting married 

Nobody is moving into Virginia Beath 

The citizens of Virginia Beach go naked and live in caves 

Everybody loves you so much they can't possibly trade elsewherjC 

The spirit of competition is dead 

You are planning to go out of business 

REMEMBER 

NOBODY READS THE VIRGINIA BEACH SUN 

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BAYSIDE 

American 
feated Great 
10-4 behind the . 
via Ciowley lait'T 
at Cox Hi^ school. 

The young lefthander wis 
#owiQg Mog po^ bads is 19^ 
Great Bridge players hit the dirt 
on sb^ 6utB, his curve and 
fast bali was hitting the comers 
ail ni^t long as he racked up 
victory mimb«r two of die young 
season. Ed Pcmher slammed a 
home run in tiie 5A and added 
two steglei ift ttd Win. Tohn 
Whjtehorst a nice fielder tripled 
and silked as the team batted 
out 12 nits. Crowley in jMtching- 
a 5 bitter kept ^e Great Bridge 
team off balance all night, post 
280 musted S runs on mree Va. 
Beacii errors. 

After winning two games Post 
113 ran into Norfolk Post 204 
Friday night and went down to 
defeat 10-4, held to five hits Va. 
Beach never was in the game. 
113's recced now is 2-1. 



HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET WINNERS 

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•t*rtor. First pl«c« wiaaar* w«r«i 



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GIRLS— 8lh 



GIRLS— 9th 



GIRLS— 10th 



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BOYS— 8th 



BOYS— 9th 



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EVENT 

Low Hurdles 
100 Yd. 
600 Run 
Long Jiimp 
330 Yd. 
180 Yd. 



Low Hurdles 
100 Yd. 
600 (Run 
330 Yd. 
180 Yd. 
Long Jump 



Low Hurdles 
100 Yd. 
600 Run 
330 Yd. 
180 Yd. 
Long Jump 



EVENT 

Lciw Hurdles 
Long Jump 
100 Yd. 

440 Yd. 

8^ Yd. 

220 Yd. 



I^w Hurdles ^ 
100 Yd. 
Long Jump 
Mile 
440 Yd. 
880 Yd. 
220 Yd. ~ 



Low Hurdles 
100 Yd. 
Mile 

Long Jump 
440 Yd. 
880 Yd. 
220 Yd. 



1965 

1ST ptaice 

Detbra Spiers — Bayside 
Gweh Garry— V.B. 
Michelle Woody— Xe^am 
Debra Spiers — Bayside 
Lynn ^ray — Kd^lam 
Joyce Herberl— U.K. 



Karen White— €k)x 
Lmda Butts — U.K. 
Susan Carmichael— Cox 
Jackie Cushman — Kemp. 
Debbie Bealer— Cox 
Jeannctte Hynian— U.K. 




Jeannettc Stnith— U.K. 
Sylvia Butts— UK. 
Annette Savage — U.K. 
Barbara Fisher— ^.A. 
.Sylvia Hiitts~U.K. 
Jeanette Smith— U.K. 



196S 

1ST PLACE 

John Neblett — ^Bayside 
Jim Ander&on — U.K. 
Jim Andfrson — 'U.K. 
Roland Leggctt— KeHaim 
Robert Williams — Kl^m 
Frank Gupton— Kellam 



Steve Harrington— Cox 
Doug Hodges — Kellam 
Gilpin Grey — Cox 
John Cole*-C3ox 
Laa«ry Harper-MCbx 
Danny Chrisman— Cox 
Larry Harper— Cox 



Jeff Smith— PAHS 
Bobby Crain — ^Bayside 
Bill Sterlirtg— PAHS 
Don Crain — Bayside 
William Potter— PAHS 
Bill HunneU— PAHS 
Bob Crain — Bayside 



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TiME/DKTANCE 

10.4 — reoted (new ev^ 

12.9 

1:40.6 — new record 

157"— new record 

50.2 

23.5 — record (new event) 

U.K.— 19 pts 

10.3 — record— (new event) 

13.0 

1:39.6 — new record 

45.7 — new record 

I2J.3— fjcord— (ntw eventi 

15'7"— new record 

Cox— 23% pts. 

10.2 — record (new event) 

13.0 y. 

1:43.9 

'48.8 ,1 
23.8— rA^rd (new evoit) 

U.K.— 28 pts. 



TIME/DISTANCE 

16.3 

19'2"— new record 

11.6 

61.0 

2:19.8 

27.3 1 

Kellam— 20 ^ 

15.4 ^ 
11.7 

20'0"-^es old record 

5:08.4 ' 

58.4 

2:17.4 

26.3 

Cox— -31 pts, 

14.8 
11.5 
5:19.5 
19'8% 
56.3 

2:15.0 — new record 
24.5-^ncw Kcord 

PAHS— 29 pli. 



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Hawks Lead 
Nationals 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

Hawks are in the lead in the Na- 
tjionsA Little dLeague standin|gs 
with a 5 to record to date. The 
T-Birds and Pipers are tied for 
second place with 2 to 2 rec- 
ords and the Lktle Giants are 
at the bottom with to 5. 

In recent games the Littie Gi- 
ants ran into a bad streak and 
feir'to the T-Birds 12 to 2; the 
Hawks 27 to 1; and die Pipers 
1 1 to 4. In a fourth game, David 
Winecpff pitched a no-hitter for 
the Hawks for a 1 1 to 1 victory 
over the T-Birds. 
'' Other winning pitchers hajTe 
been Brian Towscnd (T-Birds); 
George Baier (Hawks); and Bob- 
by Batchelor (Pipers). - 

This Saturday night's doubde- 
header will pit die Pipers against 
the T-Birds at 6 p.m. ai^ the 
Hawks against the Little Giants 
in the seoond game. The games 
wMl be played at Virginia Beach 
High School. 



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VIRGINIA 
k)^lse^l»ll\ 
all fronts in Vir^ 
leagues spcMisored^ by the Vir- 
ginia Bew:h Recreation Depart- 
ment are ikying on ten hpt^ 
diamonds Monday thru Thurs- 
days at 7:30 and 9 p.m. e«^ 
ni^t. 

In the Men's Unlimited League 
wki) 20 teams entered this year 
Walker ReaJty and Arrowhead 
Building Materials are tied foe 
die top ^xH with 5-0 record 
each, followed in tiiird place by 
Atiantic Ck»istructi<m wkh a 4-1 
record. Frtra the^ early action 
played so far die league which 
increased from 12 teams l^t 
year to 20 this year ^ouki be 
hot and fast all summer loi^. 

. In division "B" of the Un- 
limited League, Seaboard Pho- 
to, Va. Beach Seven-up, and 
Pungo are tied for the top with 
4-1 records each. This division 
looks like a toss up for the top 
spot at this time. Most of the 
teams are long ball hitters and 
good fielders. Chesapeake Beach 
is in fourth place with a 3-2 rec- 
ord and can move up this week. 

In a new league between the 
Churches of Virginia B«u* 
(called the Ojurch League) Car- 
row Baptist in leading with a 
2-0 record, followed by Thalia 
Lynn Bapti^ 2-1 and the Kings 
Men with 1-1 this league plays 
only one ni^t a week, Mondays. 

Action in the Duffer has 
Kempsville fitting to stay on 
top with a 5-0 record, lie 
Beachwarmers and M-Boys are 
moving fast with 5-1, and 3-1 
and told all fans they would be 
on top by the end of this week. 

In the Women's League die 
Lake Wright Travelers are lead- 
ing with a 6-0 record. In second 
place and playing very good ball 
is the Truckers 5-1, and in the 
third place spot Kempsville with 
a 4-2 standing. The women phry 
each Monday and Wednesday. 
VA. BEACH RECREATION 

SOFTBALL STANDINGS 
Men's UnUnuted League 
Division "A" 
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Arrowhead Bid. Materials 5 
Walker Realty 5 

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RICHMOND — Virgteii 
Amateur SoftbaU Associa^MI ^ 
has four types of iemmiM^ ■'■ 
scheduled diis taoaglh. — 

In the invitational riow {MtcAP 
category, die li-tnch qft«^iii|[ 
(fumble ball) event will be fl^QI 
this Saturday and the 12-is^ ' 
church oont^te on June 19^' ' 
both in Rtchnxmd. St' Mary's * 
Cadiolic of Mbrges, OUo, iMi > 
entered the chureh toiuiiaflB^n"' 

There is a greater variety in ' ■ 
fast pitch competitioo. A "dari# 
le-4ieader*' is slated at tUdoB^Bt^^^ 
on June 26— ^e State <^ias^?; 
women and the State Class #' ' 
Op^n men. , ' 

District imt pttdi toornam^^ -'^ 
for men in tl^ Armed Forces wi 
>^sdieduled om June 26 at Nov- 
folk and Fwt BustB. Jf* 

Virginia A^ lias already 
conducted tw& tt)uniMBM(t t^ 
year. .Uidversity of WdunM^ 
won the cfM^gt faM t^ titi^ 
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Wilson, H.C., teok.lbe tnvitatloS 
at t0-iiK*rTteir|^Bin&i8f|w* 
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snna ^j?"'""^[*'"i«.' • ■ and the livti^f is easy," w sinp a favorite 
^ng. lor whom IS the hving so easy in the summer? Kids, of 
fiiuf^"" "? T*"* *e«^hers, no ,nor.- books . . . Just lazy, fun- 
tiiicd days m the sunshine. For teachers too - nice to be free 
01 me many mquiring minds ... time to relax for a coiple of 
months, or to be back intj. the classroom as t student instead of 
me teacher, and to receive education instead of giving It. For 
mothers? — Siire! . . . after tht adjustment in- household routine 
flue to the constant presence of the entire' family underfoot. 
Mothers no longer must anK oirly to make sure a proper brttk- 
T 'V*"®""'«*J (except tor Dad), no more frantic search for 
a lost book or a Jast-miiiute ironing job on a dress that just must 
he worn today, no lunches to be packed nor digging deep into the 
purse for lunch nwney. Now Mom has helpers to get tl^ chores 
flone morp quickly, assistants to prcjiare a picnic lunch, company 
on her shopping trijpg, and good excuses to lie on the beach all 
day and to enjoy- wfh|.*edng trips to interesting places. 

Living may not be «o easy for the student who tries to find 
wmn«r employnwnt. It is discouraging to want to work and have 
no one interested in hiring ^m. No one wants to lie an unemploy- 
ment statistic! And the student who does find work, also finds 
the carefree tfaiys seem to have ' disappeared. You discover the 
often-used, (but not really believed) phrase "school days are your 
happiest days" to be startlingly true. Teachers were not as de- 
mandijig nor as inipatient of your short-comings as a "boss; and 
the breaks in routine do not occur as often as cla.ss changes did— 
if ypo are hired for eight hours of work, yew are <yci>ected to give 
eight hours of work. The surf may be running and the sun may 
be l)right, but you are stuck where you are. Payday is the only 
srae to the burden tjf maturity. But isn't is strange how nnich.more 
difficult it is to make your own ear#ied money stretch further 
than your former allowance (with advances)? 

And what does sum^ter mean to the aewly graduated collie 
student? Full of the fire*! of youth, equipped with a hkrd ffmght- 
for d^ree, do you find doors magically opening to you? You are 
ready to give the world all your new fcwnd knowledge . . . but 
does anyone want it? Summertime is the time to find out. You 
may have to adjust your dreams to fit reality. Emjrfoyment may 
be a problem, but seeing old friends again, comparing colleges, 
tliscussing life with the genefation who imderstands you, this you 
can enjoy. 

-- Sumn^ertimei^ working, waiting, and worrying time for the 
farmer and home gardeners. A tot of what you grow depends on 
how much time and energy you are willing to put forth. And a 
lot also depends on the weather. To see results, goo<l results, 
brings great satisfaction and thankfulness to you who are partners 
with the Almighty. Blooming flowers, a bouwliful harvest — 
nothing like summer to' bring that about. ^t ^^-f=-==: 

To the "old folks" looking forward to visits of grown children 
"1; and j^randchildren, summer is harvest-time" also. The old house 
qnce more rings with the sound of childish voices and the jwund- 
ing of running footstep*, Jilort 4aniUy r«i^w»k^p« duri^ the 
■h^Wy time of sumnwr. ==?='"7-"-='^**7=^ '^-^^-^^ _^ 

Summer means many things to many people. In Vii^nia 
'it l>(ings tourfstt by Ae thousands. They g« a taste of 
fe feed on ill tlw ^*i». Vtftfhia Bn^ ft tomp , , Viand 
stimmertime is one of the nicest times of the year. So is spring, 
f aU, and winter ... to us who belong here ! 

5IDEVIEW — More and more of the colorful petunias are 
seen filling once barren areas. The citizens of Virginia Beach 
who have taken the time and effort to create beauty with the 
hardy petunia plants are to be congratulated. But look around -— 
•there are still many spots where the petunias could bloom. It is 
not too tete to plant more. If you see a place that needs bright- 
ening, put in a petunia. It will grow and bloom and beautify. 

" two SONS 




JAMES tALVIN DAVIS 

VIRGINIA BEACH— James 
Calvin Davis, 17, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Calvin Kendrick Davis of 
2228 Bayville Road, h a recip- 
ient of one of 13 University of 
Virginia Awards. 

A June graduate of Norfolk 
Academy, Davis will enter the 
School of Engineering and Ap- 
plied Science to work toward a 
degree in cliemical engineering. 




His plans for the future include 
a career in f^arch and/or 
teaching high Krhool mathema- 
tics. 

Davit, who w^ a laboratM^ 
instructor in cMsmittry and bio- 
togy and an aitistant in physics, 
t(^ second place in the Tide- 
water Science Congress and was 
president of the science club. 

A National Merit semifinalist 
he was twice a menvber of the 
Virginia Beach Scholastic Team 
Davis worked on the school 
newspaper and annual staffs, on 
a French newspaper, and par- 
ticipated in debate. H; plays the 
violin and clarinet, was a mem- 
ber erf > the Khoot band, and 
Hcrvcd as president and vice 
president of his hpjrncroom. 



Amy Names 
Miss Harvey 
Honor Graduate 

FORT LEE. Va— Miss Mary 
E. Harvey of the U.S. Army 
Missile Command, Redstone Ar- 
senal, Ala., was named an honor 
graduate of a course at the Army 
Logistics Management Center 
here today. 

She was one of three top stu- 
dents in. the Defense Invpntory 
IVlanagcment Course 65-5. 

A general supply assistant at 
the Missile Command, Miss Har- 
vey is a 1963 graduate of Im- 
maculata College, Pennsylvania. 
She entered civil service that 
year at Red River Army Depot, 
Texas. 

She lives at 3907* Harwood 
Drive, Apartment No. E-21, 
Huntsville. 

The Defense Inventory Man- 
2^ment Course, six weeks in 
length, is one of 16 in the Cen- 
ter curriculum. "Ilie Center is 
die only Army agency offering 
postgraduate level courses in lo- 
gistics management. 

Her father, Jack Harvey, lives 
at 4609 Hdly <Road, Virginia 




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10, 1965 



CETS DEGREE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — MUs 
Janet ^kz, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Harry Snitz, 200 70th 
Street, has received her bachelor 
of science degree in medical 
technology during graduation ex- 
ercises held recently at the Medi- 
cal College of Virginia in Rich- 
mond. 

Miss Snkz is a graduate of 
Virginia Beach Hi^ School. 




MISS ANTT^. SnUCiCLAND 

UNC GRADUATE 

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — 
Miss Anita Grey Strkklaod, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John 
R. Strickland of 1113 Bluebird 
Ih^ive, has graduated from the 
University of North Carolina in 
Durham with a Bachelor of Arts 
Degree in primary education. 
She plans to teach at Kemps- 
ville Meadows Ekmentary 
school. 

— While a t th e -University, she 
^ras a member of Delta Delta 
Delta social sorority where she 
■was presorted the co^^ted "best 
pledge" award, and %0n^ as 
Panhellinic secretary, and as 
diairman of the YWCA Mcm- 
orial IfosjMtai caminktee. 



ARE GRADUATES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 
A. Bennett, Meer Street, are 
among the many local youths re- 
ceiving degrees and graduating 
from college this month. 

Rtfbert received the Bachelor 
(rf Arts degree from the college 
of William and Mary in Wil- 
liam^urg. On Saturday, Harvey 
will be a tJROTC graduate of 
Georgia Tech in Atlanta and wHl 
receive 4iis d^ree in industrifri 
engineering. He will be com- 
missioned an Ensign, and after 
a brief course will be assigned to 
the USS Tattnall. 



DEGREE CANDIDATE 

STORiRS, Conn. — Barbara 
H. Morse, 416 22nd Street, Vir- 
'ginia Beach, vii'as a candidate for 
a B.S. degree in the School of 
Home Economics from the Uni- 
versity of Connecticut during the 
82nd annual* commencement 
ceremonies held recently in Me- 
morial Stadium. 

RECEIVES DEGREE 

MRS. M. S. THOMPSON 

LYNCHBURG — Mrs. Mar 
tha Snell Tliompson, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs.-G. E. SncU, re- 
ceived an A.B. degr^ at >Ran- 
dolph-M^on Wanan's College's 
commencement exercises held re- 
cently. 

Mrs. Thompson is a mathe- 
matics major. 

BJl DEGREE 

OXFORD. Ohio — Grey 
J>cnniajn Lihhey, 506 Towanda, 
was among Miami University's 
"tnore than 1,0(X) candidates for 
degrees at its 126di annual 
commencemem ex^cises held 
recently. 

Lttiibey was selected i<ac a 
Badiekff of Aitt d^iee. 



JOHN M B. BAILLIO 
tHOMAS W, HOWARD, in 

CADETS TO GRADUATE 

LEXINGTON — Among the 
approximately 240 Virginia Mili- 
tate Institute first classmen par- 
tkipating in graduation exer- 
cises on Sunday will be two can- 
didates ior degrees from Virginia 
Beach. They are CadJt 'John 
Millard Butler Baillio and Cadet. 
Thomas Walter Howard, III. 

Cadet Baillio, a company ser- 
geant and a candidate for bach- 
elor of arts degree in history, is 
enrqlled in the Infantry ROTC 
and will begin active military 
duty in November. His com- 
mission as a second lieutenant 
will be in the Army Reserve. 
During his cadet^ip he has 
been a four-year letterman in 
tr«:k and cross country. He is 
the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. 
BaiHio of 403 53rd Street. 





SECREST 



MacLEOD 



HUDSON 



EMERSON 



SCOTT 



Naval Academy Graduates Five From Here 



ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Five 
Virginia Beach young men be- 
came graduates and were com- 
missioned during ceremonies 
held this week at the U.S. Na- 
val Academy. 

Midshipman First Class Dav- 
id E. H. Secrest, son of Navy 
Captain and Mrs. Robert H. Se- 
crest of 320 Cavalier Drive, re- 
ceived a bachelor of science de- 
gree and was commissioned En- 
sign in the Navy. He entered the 
Naval Academy on a Presiden- 
tial appointment and was sworn 
in as a midshipman in June 1961. 
He participated in Brigade 
Championship Teams of Com- 
pany Cross Country and Squash, 
and BattaHon Squash, and was a 
member of the Spanish Club, 
Chapel Usher and Splinter stafft 
-After graduating, Set^tst witt- 
ttake leave before re^mting to 
hn duty station ^joard the de- 
itroyer \JS& Noe, tycn^ oat 
of Mayport, Fla. 

Midshipman First Qass Gary 
W. MacLeod, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Kennkh L-, MacLeod, Jr., 



of 748 Aragona Blvd., r»:eived 
a bachelor of science degroe and 
was commissioned a Second Lieu- 
tenant in the Marine Corps. He 
entered the Naval Academy on 
a Presidential appointment and 
was sworn in as a mid^ipman in 
June 1961. He participated in 
Comjwny and Battalion Foot- 
ball and Company Softball. Aft- 
er graduating, MacLeod will take 



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Cadet Howard is a candidate 
for a bachelor of science degree 
in civil engineering. He is pres- 
ident of the VMI Tidewater 
Cluto, a sergeant in the corps, 
and has been enrolled in the Ar- 
tillery ROTC program. He is 
a member of the cadet Hop 
Committee and Armed Forces 
Club. A graduate of Norfolk 
Academy, he is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Thomas W. Howard of 
901 HoUaday Point. He will be 
commissioned in the Army Re- 
serve and following graduation 
will join the Corps of Engineers. 



MYERS GRADUATES 
WITH HONORS 



FORK UNION — Howafd 
Samuel Myers III, son of Lt. Col. 
and Mrs. Howard S. Myers, Jr., 
USAF, a former resident of Vir- 
ginia Beach, and grandson of 
Mrs. Louise Myers, Mayflow|er 
Apartments, recently graduate 
with honors from Fork Union 
Military Academy. 

Cadet Myers was awarded the 
Superior Military Schools Cadet 
Dax)ration as the outstanding 
cadet of his ctess for the aca- 
demic year 1964-65. The cita 





kave befofj reportii^ to hV 1 folk. 



CAROL SALLWASSER 

STRATFORD GRADUATES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
local girls were graduated from 
Stratford College in Danville re- 
cently. 

Miss Nancy Lee Butler, 
daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth J. 
Butler, was awarded the Asso- 
ciate of Commerce degree. Miss 
Carol Ann Sallwasser, daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Sallwas- 
ser, received the Associate of 
Arts degree. 

At Stratford, a two-year lib- 
eral arts college for women, both 
tion accompanying the awacdt girls -wefe involved in a wide 



NcGARVEY GRADUATES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Thomas J. McGarvey, Jr., son qf 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mc- 
Garvey, Sr., of 3800 Edinburi^ 
Drive, has received his bachelor 
of arte degree in musicology 
from St. Vincent College in l^- 
trohc Pennsylvania. 



le plans to pursue his studies 
with graduate work in musi- 
cology at the University of 
Soutl^m California in Los An- 
gela. 

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was signed by Major General 
Van H. Bond, U. S. Army, Com- 
manding (general XXI U. S. 
Army Corps, the Army unit in 
charge of the iROTC programs 
at Fork Union MiHtary Acad- 
cipy. 

Howard was offered and ac- 
cepted an Honor appointment to 
the Air Force Academy at Colo- 
rado Springs, Colorado. He will 
report there on June 28 for an 
intensive four year course, lead- 
ing to a B.S. degree and' com- 
mission. 

Cadet Myers graduated from 
FAk U ni on Mil i t a ry Ac a de i 



range of student activities. 



on May 29th. Among those at- 
tending the. graduation services 
were his parents, his grandmoth- 
er, and his aunt and uncle, Mr. 
aiMl Mrs. WilUara Lee Myers 
and their two children who re- 
side at Virginia Beach. 




NANCY ftCJILER 



HAROLD T. GORANSON, It. 

GORANSON IS GRADUATE 

CULVER, Ind — Harold T. 
Goranson, Jr., son of Mrs. H. 
T. Goranson, 1316 Bruton Lane, 
graduated recently from Culver 
Military Academy. He entered 
Culver as a junior and has won 
academic honors in addition to 
a National Merit Scholarship let- 
ter of commendation. 

He has been active in theater, 
dance band, I>um k Bugle 
Corps, theater orchestra, science 
club, outing club, math dub, 
science honors proi«>t, and Indi- 
ana's district and state music 
contests' dance band division. 
He has also been in his com- 
pany's ft}otball, crew, boxing, 
volley ball and wrestling teams. 



ODC GRADUATES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 

local women have r««iv6d 
bachelor of science degrees in 
elementary education from Old 
Dominion College during grad- 
uation exercises held last Sun- 
day. 

Mrs. Linda Durham Collier, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Har- 
old Lee Durham, 5556 Nor- 
mandy Avenue, and daughter- 
in-law of Mr. and Mrs.. C. R. 
Collier, has accepted a teaching 
gbSition in the Roanoke County 
SkClKwIs. Her husband, Ronald, 
is in the school of architecture 
at V.P.I. 

Sara Hardiman Dillon (Mrs- 
Richard M.) is a member of 
Delta Sigma Lambda sorcH^y, 
Virginia Education Association, 
National Education Association, 
Lowell's Laymen (churdi), and 
the Linkfaom Park Parent Teach- 
ers Association. She has accepted 
a position with the Vii^ia 
Beach School System. Mr. and 
Mrs. Dillon and their three 
children, Richard, Loree, and 
David, live at 518 Southside 
Road. 



duty station at Officer's Basic 
School, Ouantico, Va. 

Midshipman First Class 
James D. Hudson, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. i. H. Hudson of 4417 
Wakefield Drive, received a 
bachelor of science degree and 
was commissioned Ensign in the 
Navy. He entered the Naval 
Academy wi a Presidential ap-, 
pointment and was sworn in as 
a midshipman in Jfane 1961. He 
participated in Football, Bas- 
ketball, and Cross Country. Aft- 
er graduating, Hudson will take 
teave before reporting to his du- 
ty station aboard the destroyer 
USS Steinaker, operating out of 
Norfolk. ^ . -- 

Midshipman First CSfc® Rrch- 
ard C. Emerson, son of L. C. 
Emerson of 1609 Shenstone 
Cewrt, received a baehetor of 
science i^ree and wai OHmnit^ 
sioaed j^jlgn 1» His Navy. He 
entered mt Naval Academy on 
a Service appointment and wa« 
sworn in as a midshipman in 
Juiw 1961. He participated in 
Battalion Boxing, Brigade Box- 
ing, Battalion Gymnastics, and 
150 lb. FootbaH. After gradu- 
ating, Emerson will take leave 
before reporting to his duty sta- 
tion aboard the destroyer USS 
Damato, operating out of Nor- 



Midshipman First Class Jcto 
P. Scott, III, son of Navy Lie0- 
tenant and Mrs. John P. Sco0, 
Jr., of 5417 Shadowwood Dri^, 
r^eived a bachelor of %o^es^ 
d<^ee and was conmiMi»ite 
Ensign in die Navy. He entered 
the Naval Academy bn_? ^ft^ 
dent,ial apppintmeit aiti Jbag 
sworn in M a nud^ifHAift' 'ik 
June 1961. He particiMU^ $ 
Fieldt»ll, Battalion FooCNiV, 
and Company Softball. Afte 
graduating, Sott will take lei^ 
before reporting to his duty, 
tion aboard the escort ship*4 
Claude Jones, operating mil 
Key West, Fla. „ ;.., 





SUSAN H. GREENWOOD 

MISS GREENWOOD 
RECEIVES DEGREE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — - Su- 
san H. Greenwood, dau^ter of 
Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Edward 
Greenwood, 305 «Rittman tRoad, 
received a B.A. degree in psy- 
chology from the University of 
Richmond at commencement 
ceremonies recently. 

A Phi Beta Kappa student, 
she received intermediate hon- 
ors for outstanding scholastic 
achievemei<t in her fi/)K two 
yeai«." She^ is a member of Mor- 
tar Board, honorary leadership 
society; and Psi Chi, honorary 
psychology fraternity. 

Miss Greenwood is listed in 
Who's Who in American Col- 
leges and Universities" and is 
chairman of the honor council. 

ARMY GRADUATE 

FORT STORY — Pvt. Don- 
ald A. Stancombe of Fort Story 
was honor i^'aduate of the LARC 
V Amphibious Craft Transition 
Course recently cqinpletcd at the 
Army Transportation &hool. , 

The SchTOl gradual 96 en- 
listed men in fmif (X>ui8es. 



MISS vmamiA wtmuuma^ 

lECENT GRADUATE 

iRISTOL — Miss VUy| 
Willis SnelUn^ a Home '&e^ 
nomics major at Vkgiiiia 1^%- 
moiit Col^p, received ^ A|| 
sociate in Arts degief ^mng^ 
graduation (^remoni» Mi^ n»> 
cently in the coll^ am|M«WM 

She is tto dsugbta jr Mi 
and >Mrs. C. H. SnelUap, 102} 
Bay Ck>kMiy tMve. Duriqg Wm 
Snellii^' jyni^»r\and seni« yearl 
at the c(^ge, she \m,m$& % 
member of ttie Boots ^B^%^^ 
die Qi^, Home 
and the Nostree Q^. 




ACADEMY GRADUAIE 

VIRGINIA BEACH — WH- 
iiam 1^}%son FuH», Jf„ ton 
of Lt. Coiadr. and Mrs. W. T. 

Fuller kA 108 Linldiom Drive, 
^m% graduated lecsntlv ft«n Suf- 
field Academy, Siiffield, Comec- 
ticut. 

FuU^ was the mana^ (A the 
"Ticklers" (s(4iO(ri liM^, 
dub and ^idht <^b. Hi 6 ; 
ntt^ to attend tf« lMv«h^> 
Ihe South ia Sew»^, T«n. 




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A ompanittag Soutbem ttiptirt 

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7:30 pjau ^tivomt Servkv 

t:30 pan.— Wed. Fnyer Service 

FAITO BAPTlSr CHURCH 

6ti8 Va. Beadi Blvd., Noribik. W 
' F>ed M. FMi^ pMtor 

9:4« «4n.— Sunday Sciiool 
U:00 ajn.— Mornng Wniiiip 

6:30 f A.— Jrfliloin£ip Hour. 

?;30 pA.-^.veuQ| Sowicei 

GRAOi niETHSEN OIUBOl 

(tavtt Nea at mbop 
A. HanU AitiMtoa. Pi 

10:00 am—iSimdey Sdiotd 
11:00 UL— Wdkibip Servka 
7:30 pJB.— £y«ejiit Sorvios. 

bapust CHfllcs 
Rev. T. M. ymm ^ 

9:30 a.in. — ClHircli SbwmI 
ll;no ajs.— Monwil WmM^ 
7:30 pjn. — Eveoo^ l^ioM^ 

OAK GROVE bap^ cmaKS 

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9:45 tja.~-CMe^ , 
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S. Court Hmiee Rd., OcMoa. Va. 
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TEMPLE EMANUEL 

25tli and BaMdc, Mrpnia Beach 
PUh Ptacna, RiMI 

7:30 am.— Services Mon.-Fii. 
8:18 <>jn.— Fnday-SaUwth Servicei 
10:00 Loi.-^SaL-Sabboth Servke 
8:00 a.in.— Services Sunday 

EMA^UAL 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Kaanadk A. Prica, Pastor 

iTyon Shores Drive 
at Va. Beach Blvd. 
9:10 a.ra. — Sunday Church 

School. 
10:30 a.m. Worship Servf^^ _ 

(.larsery provided^ 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 

EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN 
CHURCH irf ftm GOOD AlEPHERD 

1489 LasUn fioad 
Rev. IHdMM W. Taylor 

^ 9:30 a.in. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship 
6.:30 p.u. — Luther Leagoa 

SAVIOURS 
CHURCB- 

Fines, Baysido 
CariMHBthi Pm^ot 
8:16 a.m. — Worship Service 
9:30 a.m — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Wrnvhip Service 



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11^ tkjm^-m^m Woiidiip 

tf.fB fm.rtfmm umoe 

7:30 p.al.— iMaiiit WooUp 

V MUXW&t, SAPTBT GHimCH 

a PilDQm ^UMAvCounty on lUiy 615 
II mil« »ist Odeana Air sSUoo 

T. J. THile, Smb m MbMv 
9:41 Loi.— &mday &tooi 
11:41 ant.— Ws^Np Service 
7^ pjB.— Eviniv Servioa 

AlmvniiE lAPiwr church 

7120 i^Bte^^ROfd 

:45 a.m.— Suidiy Sdwd 
11:00 a.m. — Momioc Wonli^ 
8:00 p4n. — Evening Wo wllip 
THAUALYNN 
BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rav. Robert N. WaOa^ Paster 
Va. Beach Blvd. adjoining 
nrbceBi Anna Hi|^ Sekodl 
8:80 a.m. — Morning Wiatbip 
9:80 a.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 ».m. — Momfa^ Woratip 
FIRST C0i4^>AL 

BAFmr cHURcn 

929 Fint ColoaAal Roed 
Giame T. WtilHiii, Httm 
9:4S MJO^Saa^ $3tioU 
ll.'OO tJB.— Mondag WonUp 
6:30 pJD.— Trainiot U^ton 
7:30 pjD.— Bvenin VMir^ 
7:30 pm^Mld-week mryk^, Wed. 

FSLLOWSHIP BAPISY CHURCH 

419 CHeonick Roa4 Norfolk 2. Va. 
filr. Ckiriei T. Ilwdriiii, Pliter 

9:4^ tja.— dnirch SChooJ 
11:00 ajn.— Aioniiiv Wm^diip 
7:39 P4D.— BveoiBg W<Mrdiip 

in. GREOOKlr am great 

CAinpttIC CHURCH 

7271 VtnfBU ftnch Blvd. 
^W*f. Dii^H AfeWb&le, OSM. 
mmet: $:S0. 8K)0, 9:30. IIHR. 12:30 
OoofenioM ut on Sutspdtv 7:30-8:30 

' BLACKWATERJArr^ 
CHURGh 
Mv. Ralph L. Httrti* 

10:00 aA.— Miday Sdnol 
11:00 aA.-fMmriBt Wi^Up 




▼mSINU BEACH 
IfETHCHMSr CBMka 

zu/-itiui Sunm 
•ftar. Bcverfy Fei^ 
8:30 ajn.— ^Wonliqt Scrvtoe SuaiiiM 

Mootiia 
9:45 •411.— Cborch School 

IHAUA METHODBr CHURC^ 

FiM Ave.) & Va. Bead! BM. 
WiUiaa L. Asker, PAater 
9:45 a.m.-^nday School 
10:45 ajn.— Wonbip 




IaBUBVAOX MCmoOMT 

cmmm 

ffkicm Aooe. 
Rav. A S. Sl»ll. 
9:45 iiK-^Ctan* Sdiool 
11:00 >A"4lnmiTit Wtmh^ 



FOUNDRY METHCNWt 
CHURCH 

Virginia Beach B<»iievtr4 L^Diibaven 
Doatfaa Ebcr^ p^Mr 
8:45 a.m. and 11 ajn. — wrvioat 
9:45 a.m.— Church Sdiool 
6:30 pjn. — Youth Fdiowahip 

BEECH GROVE 
MBTHODKT CHURCH 

Primceas Anne 
Roy R. JaeksoB, Paator 

10:00 a.m. — Church School 
11:15 a.m. — Morning Worahip 

FRANCIS ASBURY 
MEJIK>DIST CHURCH 

Great Neck Road 
LaRoy Davi», Minittar 
9:45 ajD.— Owrab Sdwoi 
11:00 a.m Mothiiv 

Korr MEMc 

METHODQT CHUR( 

409 First Colonial 

Rav. H. Wa^ Carry, f astor 

9:45 a-m.— Ohunch _. .^ 
11:00 a jn— Morally Wonlilp 
7:30 p.m.— Youth FeUowriiip 

HAYGOOD MEMORIAL 
METIMDIST CHURCH 

4713 Haygood Rotd 
Jemn G. l.o^. Ir.. P w t or 

9:45 a.m. — Church Scbool 
11:00 a.m. — ^Morning Worphip 

HAYGOOD METmmOT 

cmmca 

tl49 BayriMNli IbM 

Sdiediile of 9mkm 

Each SBittr 

WorA^ Servfcea: 8:30 ija, 9:45 

a.m., and 1 1 a.m. 
Chord) School for U age snwps: 

9:45 a.fn. -.-..,-. 

Second sMsion of Ch^cii SdbocA at 
1 1 a.m. for dnidFea |p Ifarov^ Til 
gtwie and adufta. 

Methodist Youtt F^lswi^: T p.iiu 
for voung peo|>le— 7(A. M and 94 
p«d«i in JuniOT' miH CJ^mip Md 



BAYLAKX METHODIST CBUMCH 

Shore Drive at Treaaure labnd Dr. 

Bayaide 

Raysaaad E. Massar, Miaister 

1:30 ft 1 1 a.m.— Wonhip Service 
9:45 aju.— Sunday School 

CHARITY MEmoDlST CHURCH 

Badt^fty. Vlriink 
^Rev. wniHi A. Meoi^ It, 
10:00 a.m.— Churdi Scitool 
11:00 tjn.— Jdoming WonNp. 

SALEM METHODIir CHURCH 

PilDpeeB Anne, Virgiaia 
Kn. Vruk D. James 

10:00 a.m.— M<»<niiig Woraptp 
11:00 a.m.— Church School 
7:30 pjn.— Youth FeUowship 



COMMUNITY METHODBT 
CHURCH 

Acredale — KeavwviUe 
Rav. Joha L. iCibfer, Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— Church SciKXri. 

11:00 a.m Morning Worahip 

7:30 pjn.— Youlb FellowaUp 



LYNNHAVEN METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Little Nrck Road \ 
Rev. Oscar V. RodriguesHPastor 

10:00 a.m.— Church School 
a.m. — Morning Worahip 

LEKIES METHODIST CHURCH 
8560 Virgiaia Baach Blvd. ■ 
Rav. C. KatoB Gray 

Early Worship Service 8 :30 a.ra. 
Church School 9:46 a.m. 

Late Worship Service 11:00 a.m. 
Yoth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. 

BEIHU, METHODIST CHURCH 

Princeas Anne 
Roy R. JaekaoB, Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 

FiiAZA ME1im>DIST CHURCH 

20A Plaaa Trail 

Hcrtert G. Hobka, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Ctarch Sdwoi 
11:00 a JU.— Wonhip Service 
7:00 pjn.— Youft Fellowsh^ 



fombMi Morracujisc-cHURar 

Maoe« Anne, Vofinia 
Rev. Wmak D. laiMf 

10:15 un.— Chyrdi School 
11:15 •JaB.^-Moani^ Worrii^ 

GAtAiS BPiSCOFAL CHURCH 

4^ eod FtdOc-GA 8-3573 
n* itev. Umhid BeriMly. Rectei 
TIM Rev. Itoeni B. Wdtoa, AasManl 

8 «.in.— Moiy Communion every 

Shnday 

9 n.ili.«— Horning prayer and 

Sermon. (Holy Com* 
monion every 4th San- 
day.) 

10 a.m. — Church School Classes. 

11:16 a.m. — Morning prayer and 
Sermon (Holy Commun- 
ion eve^ lat Sunday.) 

OLD DONATION 
mSCOPAL CHURCH 

40 Wltdi Dock Road, Bayiide 

8:00 am. — ^Holy Communion 

(Except during rector's \-acati(») 

10:(X) a.m. — Morning Prayer and 

Sermon (Holy Oommunion oo 

ft«t Sowkiv of each month.) 



nONCS , OF PEACI 
LUTBDUN CHURCa 

(Mlttouri Svood) 
i 2^424 Kii«s Gnmt Read 
lev. i. mma Medley, Pwtar 7 

8:00 ajo.— Divine Wcmfap 

9:15 a.m.— Sunday Sdwol and 

BiUe Claas. 
10:30 ajB.— Dtvlme Warship 
Holy C(»imunkm— lat and ^i4 
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PRE»YTEiUAN CHURCH 

(Now nw^lmg in the King's Grant 
Etementary Schocri) 
RayniMdC. FOtton, P 
9.50 a.ffl.— Sunday Sdwoi 
IIUW ajn.— Moniiog W<»ihlp 

BAYSDE PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

Near Rcriihlna Oonier 
Rev. J. E. JohnaoB, fmtqt- 

9:45 a.m.— ^iKtay School 
ll:iJU 8jn. — Mommg Wonhip 

THALIA TRINTrY 
RESBYTERIAN CHURCP 

Now meeting in the 
IhaHa Elementary Sdtool 
fr^tag R. SlaM^ Miatalat 

9:30 a.m.— Monning Wo 

10:45 ajn. — duirdi 



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Now fMotiag la Louisa Luzfard 

fiamaatarv School 

N, C. CLIFTON, Pastor 

9:46 «.m. — Sunday School 
11:00 «.««. — Morning' Worship 
6:30 p,m. — Training Union 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship 
7:80 p.m.— Wed. Prayer Meeting 

tAWCIS' 
MISSION 

Kn. X^ffUm E. Criaep 

V 509 SUMMnent Boad 
Vlq^iAk Be«eL V«. 
9:15 ajQ.— OiuKh «h0(fl 
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BMiTAmiEL EPISCOPAL 
T CHURCH 

138 Bowman Road 
Rav. Charloa R. McGiaUy, Roctor 
8:00 A.M. — Holy Communion 
10:00 A.M.— Holy Communion 
(1 ft 3 Son.) 

Morning Prnver (2 ft 4 Sun.) 
Church School follows the 10:00 
A.M. Service. Nuneiry service .is 
available. '^ 



BASttltNimmB CHAPEL 

B. SMMy aSEn, Rector 
8:00 a-m — Hokjf Commuriicm 
9M a.m,— <Fand]y Service and 

Momii^ Prayer (Srd Sunday 

Holy Cornmunioe) 
11. -00 a,ffi.— Moniiiv Prayer, senn<m 

(lit Sooday H^ Convnuoion) 

sr. Nicholas 

CAtmH^IC OIURCH 

Little N«ck Rd. Kme's Grai^ 
Rev. NidMlas iTHMwta 
Suncby Manes 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. 
Confessiont; 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday 
Oatedilta CUtt: 10 to 12 Saturday 
Bap^iim: After 8:30 sjat. Masaea 



BOW CREEK 
PRtSBYTlMAN CHUMXI 

Roeemont Road and Plaza Trail 

Wcatz J. Miner, MlaialMr 
9:45 e.m.— Sunday Schotd 
11:00 ajn.— Ohurch j^tntoa 
LYNNHAVIN 
PRESBYTERUN CHURCH 
Lynnlnven VUhi^ 
Rev. MartoB R. WeUt. fc., THIiihln 
9:45 a.m.— OMiidi School 
11:00 am.— Morning Woraiyp . v 
6:30 pjn.— YonthFeilowshb 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer FeUowabip 
7:30 p.m.— Eveoaog Wmsfaip 

CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 Araaona Boulevaid 
M. Bland Dedley, iMhihty 

8:30 a.m.— Wonh^ tad Chorch 

S^ooA 
9:30 a.m.— Worship eod C^urdl 

Scho(ri 
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14th St. and Arc^ Orcle 

Ress. I^rmrii V. BsHohricfc 

Suoday Masses 

Winteri 8:00. > VI. 11;00, 12;I5 



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John S. Lyles, Pastor 
Pacific Avenue at 36th ^raet 
9:45 ajn.— Chunh Sdiocd 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Worship 
6.-00 pjn. Youth Fdiowvhips 

CALVARY f RESBYTQOAN 
CHURCH 

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E. Qrewdi Ce^, PMtar / 

9:45 a.m.— Cburdi School 
11:00 a.m.— MckniM Wor^p 
6:30 pan.— What-Nots Fidlowship 
6:30 p.m.-rPionea- FeUowah^ 
6:30 p.m.— Young FOpple't Fellow 

CHURCH W GOD 

620 14(fa ^rwt 

9:45 A.M.— Sunday Sdwoi 
11:00 A.M.— Mcntting WonUp 
7:30 A.M.-^^«i^ Worridp 

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Vfavmia Beeach BouievSitf 
EM Lane — Ooeane 
Rev. Ssmd a BaBar, |r. 

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In the Clerk*! Office of Mm 
ararit Court of tlw CMy of Vlr^ 
^nia Beach, oa Ac 3rd diy «f 
Jwc 196S 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
CHARLES HENRY BECKER. 

Plaintiff, against 
WILMA MADELINE BECK- 
ER, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a divon^ a mensa et 
thoro to be later merged into a 
divorce a vinculo matriroonU 
from the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. .' 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the (kferul- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known p^t 
office address being: 4141 E. 
32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 
not resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered thai she do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this suit. 

A copy — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
CROMWELL & LAYTON p.q. 
P.O. Box 5211 
RoW)ins Corner 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-10-4T 

PUBLIC NOTICE 

The State Water Control 
Board has receivevd an applica- 
tion from Bayvville Farms, Incor- 
porated to construct waste treat- 
ment facilities and to discharge 
therefrom a purified effluent 
into Pleasure House Creek, a 
tributary of Lynnhaven River. 
Persons wishing information re- 
garding this proposal may write 
to the State Water Control 
Board, Post Office Box 5285, 
Richmond, Vii^inia 23220. 

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!■ (he Ctrcvit Court of the 
City of Virgiiiia Beach on the 
3rd day of Jqiw, 1965. 
. I^owcase Agidnit 

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'fim HERBERT BROCH^*^ 
Peceased. 

It appearing itftat tt itptMt of 
rt« accounts of First & Mer- 
chants National Bafnk and George 
Doswell Brooke, Executors t^ 
Sue Herbert Brooke, deceased, 
aind of the ddbls and demands 
against the estate has been filed 
in the Clerk's Office, and that 
six months have elapsed since 
tl^ qualification, on motion of 
^ personel representatives it is 
ordered that the creditors of, and 
all others interested in, the estate 
show cause, on the 15th da yof 
July, 1965 before this Court at 
its courtroom against the pay- 
ment and delivery of the estate 
to the legatees without' requiring 
refunding bonds. 
A Copy — Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, ^terk 
■ By: Mary M. White, D.C. 

6-10-lT 
Le?al — 
VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk*s Office of the 
Ckcvit Court <rf the City of Vir- 
gtaia Beach on the 3rd day of 
Jme, 1965. 

9i CHANCERY 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a municipal corporation, 

Complainant 
vs 
LUCILLE BASS, et" ate. 

Defendants. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free and clear of 
all liens and encumbrances, for 
the satisfaction, of the liens there- 
on, that certain lot, tract or 
eel of land, situated in the 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia, and 
bounded and described as fol- 
lows:. _ 
ALL diat certain lot, piece or 
parcel of land, and designate;* 
as LOT "L". on the Plat of 



"C1.UB SECTION OF BIRD 
NECK POINT', made by 
John M. Baldwin, Civil E«- 
gin^r, and recorded in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
Court of the Oty of Vu^inia 
Beach, Virginia, m Map BocA 
7, at f»|e 192. 
And it appearing from the 
averments of the Bill of Com- 
plaint filed herein and by Affi- 
davit duly filed: 

FIRST: That diligence has 
been u.«cd by and on behalf of 
the complainant to ascertain in 
what county or corporation the 
following (fefendant is, without 
effect, and her last known post 
office address is unknown: 

LUCILE BASS. Box 1618, 
c/o New York Life Insurance 
Co. Richmond, Virginia. 

SECOND: That the said 
LUCILLE BASS may have died 
leaving heirs, devises, personal 
representatives, surviving con- 
sort, or lien creditors and, if so, 
their names are unknown and 
their last known post office ad- 
dresses are unknown. That there 
are or might be persons other 
than those named in the Bill of 
Complaint interested in the real 
estate to be disposed of in this 
suit whose names and last known 
post office addresses are un- 
known. 

It is, therefore, ORDERED 
that the above named persons, i^ 
living, and if dead, their heirs, 
devises, lien creditors and per- 
sonal representatives, and if 
fflarrted, their .itspecfive con- 
sorts, and all other persons other 
than those herein named, who 
are or might be interested in the 
real estate to be disposed of in 
'this suit, whose iiames are un- 
known, do appear within ten days 
after due publication of this iw- 
tice and do what is necessary 
to protect their interests. It is 
further ORDERED that the 
foregoing portion of this Order 
be published once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia Beach Sun, a Newspaper 
published in the City of V^- 
ginia Beach, Virginia. 
A Copy — Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Stanley A. Phillips 

Assistant City Attorney ._ 

City of Virginia Beach °v7~ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
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NOTICE 

Office df tte CommladkNiN' of 
Accounts, Orcirit Court of the 
aty of Vliithifai BeMh, Vlr|lniii, 
Jtne 1, 1965. 

TO THE CREDITORS OF 
MARY G. CARNEGIE, 

Deceased: 
'. NOTICE is hereby gtwn. pur- 
suant to Section 64-161, Code 
of Virginia, that the undersigned 
Commissioner of Accounts, hav- 
ing for settlement the ac(X)unts 
of the Seaboard Citizens National 
Bank of Norfolk and John J. 
Cffiflin,^ Executors under the 
wiir of Mary G. Carnegie, de- 
ceased, and having been request- 
ed by the said personal repre- 
sentative so to do has appoint- 
ed the 2qd day of July, 1965 at 
3:00 o'clock P.M., at Room 316 
Monticello Arcade Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia, as the time 
and place for reviving proof 
of debts or demands against the 
said decedent or her estate. 

Ernest S. Merrill 

Commissioner of Accounts 

6-10-2T 



Looi» like we've safely matte it Mmnifh the winter. That it 
we have if we don't have a blizzard Ais *wk. I dunno lUxwrf 
you, but these winters get a little har^r each y«r. I'm t<x ptam 
of sunshiM and fiesta myself. I'll even put up with thoae kwd Nm 
in the early nKMMng who wake m« at dawn. Hiink PU buy a cat. 
Of course the warm weather makes for easier and cheapec 
living. My children now dress in tMthing suits except for stalt 
occasions, and this sure beaU buying ^m%, sweaten and i^oy 
underwear. The oil bill diOold shrink a Wt since ^ fWM^ 
isn't drinking so d^jAy. %5i. 

Very best part of the warm swmy days has to do with ivh^ ' 
it has done to the dames. They've swapped those bulky coats ipd 
sweaters for dresses made om tome synthetic material that wi i ^ 
only one-half an ounce an acre. I am here to t^l ^m Aoeft 
nothing that lifts the spirit and UMies the tnuscla Hke wi^Mng i. 
good looking woman stomp around in a filmy dress beb^ ¥mtA h^' 
the breeze — or whatever. I will {mss on the new haihlni loi^. 
Shakes me up just diinkiiig ahout it. 

Easy to see that I'm in favor of warm weadier ^ on dw' 
basis of the improvennent in the scenery. I suppone tfiat tha9 are 
a few over-stuffed females who'll wear bikinis ami fhtwMnt, b«t 
1 can't worry too much. These will be the same women yAto wt$a 
slacks in the winter and shouldn't. You can't win them all. 

Rather not talk about one bad thing, though. I mean tl» Yankee. 
They're nine and a half games oM, Mantle can hwdly watt, 
Howard busted his arm, Maris has a putted muscte, plus 'an opti- 
mistic manager who says everything will be OK. He bet^ be 
right. I'm gettin' a little old to spend a summer rooting home m 
loser. 



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• LEOALNOnCK 



WILLIAM SMITH 

36 - 5th Stxect 

, Now jeney 



MAURICE SMTTH - 
Box 49 4 
Richland, New Jcrmr 

WILLIS SMITH^ ^ 

Box 65 

Milmay, Hew Jersey ^ 

CHARLIE SMhp ^^ 
2423 N<wth BaiKroft ^cel 
Philadelphia 32, Pa. « . 



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VIRGINIA: 

In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the CHy of Vh> 
^ia Beach on tte 3rd day of 

June, 1965. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

JAMES R. McKENRY 
Administrator of the estate of 
Solomon Smith, ^ceased, 
Petitioner 

v. 

'^^9^\ SMITH 

521 Granunercy Place 

.'Ktiantic City, New Jersey 



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MAUDE WH-LIAMS 

357 Birdneck Circle 
Virginia Beach, Vir^nia 

LAURA GASKINS . 
1249 Pin^ee Avenue 
Detroit 2, Michigan 

RUSSEU. WILLIAMS 
1087 ¥jmm Lane 
Virginia Beach, Vicginia 

ELIZABETH EVERETT 

243 Dyleway 
Lynnhaven Stati<Hi 
Virginia Beach, Viipnia 

LBNOY BOOUES 
90 Downing Stre^ Apt. 25 
Brooklyn 38> New York 
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PBRCELL WILLIAMS 
Berkshire Apartnwntt 
300 West Franklin St 
Richmond, Virginia 
JRespond^te 

The object of this suit is. to 
construe tiie esute <^ Soloni6a 
Stniih, to determine (1) who wlH 
receive the funds raoeived % 
the estate and (2) to w)k)i&-4Ii»- 
admini^ration costs, estiM in- 
heritance taxes, and the esta^ 
income Uxes, shall be cbar^^ 
and an aff^avit haviof heeii 
filed that Jersey Smith, wOIiaiii 
Smith, Maurice SmMi, Willis 
Smith, Charlie SmUb, Laura 
Gaskins, and Leaoy Baam an 
not residmts <^ dtt sate of 
Virginia, it k ord««d t^ Ai 
afoiresaid n^i-f^^ictals ^pi^lW* 
in die said suit wkhin \m Sm 
after diw |»rt>licatiofl in the Vir- 
ginia BeMh Sun, a wcffmifm 
having getmti ci^Mm ui the 
CHy of Vir^flM Baa^ m4 4o 
wint may he aeeei^fy tt» pm- 
te(^ ^ir inters^ hi At wM 
suit. 

A Copy-*^Te«e: 

lOHN V. FENTW^, Oa*. 

BY: J. Curtis PttOk, DjC - • * 
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timw. CAItY B. THOMP'SfNf 

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Creeds, Virginia Beach, Va. 
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OimtCH (MF CHKin' 

1460 Va. Beach Bhr4.. OMaaa, Va. 
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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
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209-20ti>8t. 

1 1 :00 a^q."- Church S«rvk» $, 

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COMMUNITY CHUROI 

PmiI E. McQilsih. tkM^ Pasim 

DuPont Circle. B«ydde, Va. 
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FIVB CENTUUES OP • 

FR«^^ fOASr 

^V^t we AflKmam caH 

M^cli toMt was QodM^litf y 

^ nrah <rf a need to oute tiie 

o( Male or k^ btmi. A 

tm mui bit bretd by 

tt thro^ a iMter of 

and milk appecred as tuiy 

p llie Mteeitfi CNitury m a 
narl^fa -InaiMHcript. 
i^ TIm oeatuno-oM iiuio^i<w 
III ImM popular ftom that day 
# Ml. Tke Be^n caN it pm 
mm% tr "louiid bf«ad." Gtr- 
Mas ctf) it Armt RiMor in hMor 
^ lltt iWi^to, farter the mes^D- 

S<x rcMos, who Todt hone- 
frO« viUafe Ui village oa 
whii i wii A weary ka^^t kaoi^- 
ii^ M i door along ^ way fai 
Mffdi of food and water was 
graeled by the hoq»ul^ hooae- 
«^ wte ^ exdanatidM, "O 
4» artne ritter i^ so hu^jf^" 
— -4he pdcv kfl^it » so hii^yy. 
This sittialion was taken care ct 
with di»drtch by servigf a plaiT 

dined in an egg-milk niixftore 
«M^i8ed 10 gcriden perfectim. 
^ftm tnsic klea of Frik^ Umst 
Ifi^ (k five cs^ituries old, but 
||k inno^Mitm* ior serving it 

The iest miimi oi Oie 
^Bcdgaii liitMtitB.of Biiktg ^ 
moA gBi JM. m the subject ^ 
*^"' loart — Iwt th^ 
i6 d% «it Irom uMter 
i^]Mttftil un^i» recipes. 
«ai frH# in d^ant wa^. 
ikcct d^^t start this gas- 
i^vai^UK with Mue- 
>^ckx. The two remaining 
neip^ are tnUy unusual aiK! 
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lb <bm' flw — Hope you Ifte 



Combme beaten «||i, milk, 
oraage rind and cinnammi in a 
shallow bowl. Dtp bread slices 
iOto ^ mixture, (»e at a time, 
toraing them to coM boA sitfet. 
Grill » pan fry breKl on b(Kh 
si<ks in hot fat. Serve hot, t^ped 
with 1 to m t«blespo(ms wan« 
died Orange Butto-. 

YkM: 4 aervisp — 2 slices 
toast per sorving. 




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wd waAed 
teaspoon kmmk jviee 
^ ^1^ tmtm 

^Hpocn idt 

Olio aim imricM bread 
Ok^mm.^m^ wgar anj 
^M^ to a (1 ^t) saace|»n: 
boBfeM^loc five mouitet. Add 
btedN^^, cover and simmer 
tor iyft .^ ,9)Mtes,^ 9r uatil 
M •# M«. and teiiifet, 
iwt m(^». Remove kom 
jtftf U$ mkm )ake. Keep 
WMln. OoflA^b^ftn &^ milk 

A 3hik£ cs^m G^tir, cik (ftead 
4lW Me m^ftt. Dip bread 
i^^tpds i*» % tolxture, one at 
them to a»t 
or {»n fry 
^<M sides to hot fat. 
4 Freiidi fried 
u4li^ if^OQt a 
bt :^mpn bh^h^ry 
WMKia ,b^ween roumb, aad o^r 
wr ^i|p. 

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BRANDIED 
ORANGE BUTTER 
H cup soft butter or marprine 
1 cup confectioners* sugar 

1 teaspotoo flnely grated 
orange rind 

2 tablespoons brandy 
Combim buUer, sugar, onu^e 

rind and brandy. Wnp tt^^her 
Wftil light and fluffy. S»ve owr 
Cinnamon-Orange Froidi Toast. 

YMd: m ci^ Brandied 
C^an^ Butter^ 

Note: May be sta«d to refrig- 
erator, covered, until ne^led. 

COCONUT-ORAhKjE _ 
FRENCH Tt>AST 
4 c^s, sl^tly beaten 
l^icups milk 
1 teaspobn salt 
12 slices enrich^ breaid 
^ cup butter cr margarihe 
% cup brown sugar (firmly 

fwck^ 
1 taMespooRs oraqge juice 
4 teaspoons gratej fresh 
MH^ rind 
Vt cup flak^ <»oomit 
ConAine beaten ^s, milk 
and salt in a didiow bowl. I^p 
bread slices into egg mixture, 
one at a ttoe, titaii^ them to 
c<»t both sides. Grill or pan fry 
bread on bctii ski» in bet fat; 
^«% on a bikiag sheet Blend 
%atter and brown sugar, add 
onn^ juice, <van|^ rind and 
ooconut. ^t^'ibtoniA mixture 
(wer slices of FnuK;e toast. Broil 
uader tew tetdkr toa for api^i 
a ^t^lMh, of until topping is 
bubbfy aoA^ ^tly btrowned. 
Serve hot 

Yield: 6 servmgs — 2 sUcm 
Um^ P& iervnig. 

APPLE-RAISIN 
PReiCH TOAST 
2 eggs, beaton 
% Clip milk 
H tsaspooa salt 
8 slices ratsia bread 

Vi cup appk butter 
t tamespp<ms chopped pecans 
i tiMespboos sif t^ browi or 
cpnf^t^ners' sugar 
Combine beaten eg^ mHk aikl 
salt in a shidlow bowl. Dip bread 
slices into Ig mixture, one at a 
time, tumiflg them to coat bothr 
sides. Grill or {Mn fry tvead on 
both sicfes p hot fat. Spread 1 
tableipocn ^pf^ butter on 4 
riic« FrenA toast; sprinkle 1% 
teaspoons ptepis over appk but- 
ter and ewer with second slice 
of t(»st. ^^kk IV^ teaspoons 
sugar ove^ top slices. Serve hot 

Yield: 4 servings — 2 slices 
toast fm wtt^nB%. 



Mckwater 

44 §ft M001 

, BLACK WATER— The 
Blackwater 4-H Oub had ks 
monthly n^ettng m May 24, 
1965. T^e pn^un was a 
demonstration given by Donald 
Siirky on the gam <rf a steer 
and sonK poinds <» J^ging a 
sleet/ 

At the previow meting, die 
Virginia B^di IFYE to Thai- 
land, Hunter SpoKe, triked to 
the Club abwt hi|^ trip and 
made the Si^gestipn that \tiie 
Btackwater C^b have a si 
club in Thailand. I^ie club t 
the sugg^km and hbpes to com 
municate with Ae sister club 
so(m. 

AaoUier program about Thai- 
land was given at Thalia Ele- 
meirtary I School by Hunter 
S^em:e. This very enjoyable pro- 
Htlun included two members of 
Ae Blackwater Qub, Stephanie 
P»»ek ami Elaine Whitehurst. 

We are very proud of Steph- 
aak f^suk, wiw on May 8, won 
first place in the District Demon- 
^atioh Contest On June 28- 
July 3, rile will attend the VPI 
Short Course. We are all hoping 
tfiat rile will win the State con- 
teit. S^haiiie's demonstrati<Mi 
is «i the parts of a steer and 
s(Mne poimers on buying good 
beef, i^ 

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4 Blackwater 4-H Civb 



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. FREICH TOAST 
H cuj^ Kit Mtfter or maigarine 
tt cttp co^^lbtiM^rs' sugar 

1 il&smm) Mduige frozen 
tMced AnMberri^, tfiawed 

2 e§gi, tMuiy ttemn 

2 tablespoom kmon juice 
8 mttt mricbai bi«ad 

Whip butter uiri^ligM; grad> 
ually $4d ,««ifar. Drain (hawed 
«trawb«HriM{ yadually add straw- 
berries to bujteMi^ar mixture, 
beating afier Um addhioq until 
a smoolh liiak butter reaults. 
if strawberries do not bloid in 
evenly, m bowl ia hot ^l^ater 
during pttitia$ to soften butter 
and warm stwwburies so th^ 
ym^atti evcBly. CombiiM beit- 
en OSS sMTbldf attd half in a 
:sli«l^ bowl. Gradually add 
lemoii juice. Dip bKcad slices jwto 
egg mixiure, one M. a time, tun- 
ing thittn to coat both si<ks. 
aMMtead on bodt si<if».os 
mKKkd griddHi. Serve hot 
np^nvWrry butttt spread 

4: 4 )wrviitgs*~ 2 slices p^ 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
local high school teachers will 
participate in East Carolina Col- 
kge's summer Geogra[Ay Insti- 
tute Which wiU run throng^ July 
16. ---^-f^-*^-^- -*■ 

' The six week program, a co- 
operative effort of the BCC geo- 
graphy and grology department 
and the U.S. Office of Education, 
is designed to improve the com- 
petence of ge<^a|^y teachers in 
tile knowledge and instruction <^ 
geograpby in the Mcondary 
grades. -'-^ I' g -j yi- j fcjaiaj— j ygyM gj- 
* The Vi^iill Beach gsbgraphy 
teachers participating are Bennv 
H. Grsgory, 4413 Wakefield 
Drive, a teacher at Bayside High 
School; and Anne West, 524 
Caren Mve, teacher at Kemps- 
ville Juntor High schcKH. 






"Mirror, mirror on the wall, viho u fairest of us ail?" Ev^ 

Sri, everywhere, seatUy hop« to be pretty, peppy and popurtr. 
.she jutt had citfUw hair, or a ^il^ter nose, or a talkr figure, 
or — I 

But here you are with your own sp^ial "looks," and i|o 
extra-special magic but your own desire to ^ 
your very best to look your very nkest fhit 
nreans you will care irijout ^ih* crfiysieal AUtf 
memal good heriOi and what you can do to be 
your healthiest hapfMest, prettiest and mc»t like- 
able self. 

Important to you are: 

Medical attention (regular physical 
examination) 
rental Care (regulariy) 
Exercise 

Pfcnty of sleep and rest / ^ 

Good food in the proper f amounts 
Good food — hi the proper amounts will , 
help you to: ] 

Feel energetic and pq>py ! 

Im{Mt)ve your a|^aranee 
Resist disease ^ • 

The nutrients found in foods are hard-workiqi little helpers 

for heakh. You mig^ call them "priM paiAq^s" because ^y 

do so much for you. You know these nutrients by moie familiar 

names — the vitamins, minerals, prot^m, carbohydrates aad fits. 

Some foods arc ridier in these hard-workh^ nutrients tiiai! oAien. 

ITiis is why you especially nwd milk, meat, eggs, fr*its ud ve^ 

tabl^ in your meals every day. > 

How can you do this? Here is one guide to good eati^. Eadi 

day choose foods from each of these four food groups 

for your meals. 

1. Milk and Milk Products— 4 glasses <x servinp. 

2. Vegetables and Fruits — 4 serving «ich day. One of these 
should be high in isittiniji fc.— t8urf> a* ^citrus fruits, 

iwberries, cantaWip®, jpvett #pper, broccoli, toma- 

tOiM. 

Every other day, dioose a food high in vitamin A. 

1. Ihu-k green wgetabks such as broccoli, spinach, asparagus. 

% JDarker yellow vegetables such as sweet potatoes, carrots, 
squash. Or yellow fruits such as apriccMs or peaches. 

3. Meat <x Other Protein — Rich foo^ — 2 servnia' 

1. Eggs, fish, poultry and red meats contain animal 
protein. ,■• ^ - „___ ^ -: 

. 2. Cereals, nuts, dried peas and beans are rich in plant 
protein. ' ■ 

4. Whole-Grain or Enriched Bre^ or Cereals — 4 servings. 



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323 Laskin Road 
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Famting with Gasoline PoWSr? 
H (hDis JOB to Say, 
Teiaeo rme Chief Gasoline." 

. TtjacoJ^re Qilef Is theregjjiar-grice psoflnithaf s fpecfall^ 
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|nBf.^ffs Lpcattzed. (Hv^ »st ^at» and id^^nfcal pet- 

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502 TweiKy.ie«)nd ^, is par- 
ticipating in Exeivlie Silvsr 
Hand, a major joint field Jraiij- 
ing exercise condtioted % the 
U. S. Strilce Command at Fort 
Hood, Texas. 

• • • " 

Boatswain's Mate Second 
Class Calvin B. Sand^^jsqa of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harley S. aSfefs 
of 4009 Firtt Court Roii, iy- 
side, recently f "duated ftertj 
Port Security and Law Efiforce- 
mcnt toune at die (jbmi (^rd 
Reserve Traimng Ceiiter, Y6rk- 
town, Vlrgijiis. 

• • _• • . 

Airman First CXv» Rqbert L. 
Taylor, formerly of 6905 Larry 
Ave., has been avwfded the U.S. 
Air Force Ai^ MecM at B»n 
Hoa AB. Viet Nam, for aerial 
achievement. ., , 

Electfoaics *ttfflteifr "%a- 
maa Kmhtfi B. ^jder, son cA 
Mr. ani Mrs. Ronald E. Sny- 
der <4 836 Brooke Rmd, is at- 
telidfa^ basic Hectronics Tech- 
nician Schod at tiie Naval 
Training Cotter, Qreat Lakes. 
Illinois. . 

• • * * 

die! Radarman Richard B. 
MacCraw, USN, son <rf Mrs, 
Genevieve A. McGraw ol 813 
l^«H8m Road is serving aboard 
me attsK^k airora^ carrier USS 
Ittdependence, wWdi wfll de- 
ploy to the Western Pacific widi 

the U.S. 7th Fleet. 

• • • • 

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Marine SMond,,. l4|jyi|k|M« 
Patrick G. MitcheH, .son of 
Navy Captain (Ret.) and Mfs. 
Sa#ei G. A. Mltch^ pM17 
BoTOtlhk Dri\^, is seHng j($ 
ajplatoon loader with Company 
"#' of the First Battelion, TTiird 
Marine Redment at Da Na^, 
South Viet Nam. 



EKbT DEGREES 

mmm 

CHARLOTTESVILLE — 
Degrees from the yniversky of 
Virginia were conferred on e^t 
Virginia Bea^ ^Men^ od 
Stuulay. 

Receiving BadiekM- of Aits 
degrees w^re Earl ClMppell III, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eari Chi^ 
pell Jr. of 4228 Hennitage Road; 
Malcolm Hilkman, Jr., son ctf 
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm HUlsman 
of 103 iRi(%e Road; and Har- 
wood Busies, son <M[ Mr, and 
Mrs. James Hug^n, Jr. trf 265 
Bowman Road. 

From die Graduate School of 
Arts and Seieoces, Jon Carlson, 
Master of Arts, ^atheinaticsj, 
som of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Carl- 
son of 1034 Red Oak Road. Re- 
ceiving M.S. In Geok^, lUIph 
Land of 2312 Treasure IslaiKi 
Drive. 

Hartwell Gary, son of Hart- 
well Ga;y Jr„ <jf U17 York 
Lane^ received the Master of 
Busings Adiritnistratibn. 

And from iJie School of Law, 
Bachelors of Ldws degree were 
received by James Jones of 218 
50th Strwt, and Andrew Moore 
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. An- 
drew Moore of 1108 Bay Col- 
ony Drive, 



Airman WBam R. H 
son ol Mr. and Mrs, Ervin 
ley of -258 Witch Duck 
hag completed Air Force 
military training at La* 
AFB, Teaas. 




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R %atiet. Wfioi^ Mr. aa^m 

A. C. Ktatoey <rf 500 AvM 

tve.. is ^rang vfMh; f 
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irjve Recent di ' 

[irine Division at t^ampilLe- 
jeiine, N.C. i 

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Mmrjjie Private Jk^ B. att* 
ver, toA of Mr. and Mti. 
A. OUver of 5544 ' 
Roa<L |s serving iHA »..^«„ 
Ate Base Sqoaifrbn ?6 M t^ 
Niw River Maririe Corp*'- H^ 
Facility, JadtilMii^Ue, Fla. r 

• • • . -.M,1JN 

Chief Aviatten Stru^Wl 
Mechaofc Edward M. I^nliP^ 
ski, iM, husband of ti^^^ 
mer Miss Isabel figpga <7t 
Southern rates Diivfe, is 
with Ail Attti-SubmariM 
ron 27 at the Navid Air &dttM^ 
N<«fcik, Va. 

Army Warrant OKvm KMi- 
enLI^ Bskay, wAese pfH^ntt, K^r. 
ami Mrs. S^Iey ft CMb(^« U.^ 
at 4204 LQefeM*4M^^«Mlf 
received ^ flM^k tSI 
Ouster to the kit Medal* wluk 
serving with die U.S. Anny Sup- 
port Omunand, Viett^. 



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diARLEStON, SC— ' 
local ^nihg m^ were ^adtiiM^ 
fro^ ^ CttaiM in a g^^ 
oiflttaiy (^reipGay «bkb/'|ni-« 
tured die Qoal app^ni^'^ 
Gen. Mark W. dtOi, U. ^^ 
my (ret.) pr»idi3ji ik dicjGW^ 
del, as he en<b his 1 1 ye^^*" ' 
}m as i»«aient of tjie 
coQ^. ,^ ^ L 

C^t lames W. Crav 
son of Mr. ami Mrs. Josef 

WIS iSiTCmta n Wb 
pi^am ami mi^jred in 
<tttry. Dun^ im junior 
senicv yoirs^ he we a mettiJer 
of the Dean's^ L^ He wis 
awarded die B.S. D(|pee did 
will continue Ids stddiesin Ms 
field of cheiiistxy k ^Uni- 
versity of South OtfOUM wtere 
he has been granted a t^aug 
a»t^anti^p. 
Ca<tet Marvfai Huhter Mcfn- 
er II, 8<* xA Mr. and Mrs. 1^ 
J^elhtyre, 2232 Mripdwwd 
Shore ^i«, was enrolled ltfi|he 
Army Rdlt: pro«am and wm 
a tnenJbCT of ^ Cib^l OM^ 
Cli^l Choir, and prCsfiWft el 
the Econotnic Honor SoyfetV. 
He was ilsb class historiiif 1m 
feature editor of ttt^ ^^ 
yearbook. He received Afe p.S. 
degree in Business Adnuxi^i- 
tion. 



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trmm a acript by Tad MomI. 



TOP ENTERTAINERS 
HIRE THIS SUMMER 

' VmCINIA BEACH — The appearance of the Nfw Christy 
Mivtrels at the Alan B. S^iepard Civic Center SumJay night will 
lauflob a mr-studded summer schedule of some of tf^ ten) names 
in the ei^ftainffleot field. 

Iteder the sponsor^p <rf WAVY, the New CMfty Minstreh 
wilh ^pear on Ae Civic Center stage at 8:30 pA for an out- 
sMffi^ show. 



"lOng of the Road" Roger 
Miller M'iU a{^>^ in concert <m 
June 20 uo<^ sponsorship of 
1^$. This uaiqne and treated 
stags' of ^wnuy music will 
pre^two abows, 2 and 8 p.m. 
<M pMticalar iMerest to Ae 
tee|H4|en wiH be WGiTs pres- 
m^i^m (rf the Dave Oait Five 
OBjooe 24 at 8:30 p.m. This 
4Km has tM9«i scheduled at 
AfiK^ Ame ^i St^ool. 

Tiw f^ka Fn^n^ fai c<m- 
ceit will be piesetted by WTAR 
<Mi«ly 9 At 8:30 p.m. 
* IWKVK will sponscM- Jduiny 
Mitf^ to eoncext qn two nights, 
ii#Hl7w|# at 8:30 and will ^so 
^^M^Mb fcM- bringing bmk 
IMWWHb&k «i oncert on 
At^st 7 tor those deduated 
^ e^Kuiasts. 

lldE k}tm wffi a^ar in ctm- 
cm 00 Jrty 30 at 8:30 p.m. 
WAVTt sponsorship. 
Civic C^ma wiH agafai 
t^ids AtrkM^i^ in 
4» My 2-3 m 8:30 
, ^ Hi« appeasai^ here last 
s^pn»r dn^ K%laims as one 
<rfiAe best >^rtRteiners to hit 
ViAgMa B«kA in a bng trnie. 
WlKXR will present Bi«nda 
^m amc^n on August 21 at 
* j^.m. WNOR wiH also pre- 
Ms weekly Beadi Ball each 
"ly from 9 p.m. to mid- 




WGH will present its weekly 
Cabaret Ti^n aloi^ with tfiiee 
special programs: an Auto World 
Ediibition June 25-27; Top 30 
Star Revue, July 24; and Top 
30 Show, Sept. 4. 

Anotfier highli<^t <rf die sum- 
mer schedule will be the Miss 
Virginia Beach Pageant Aug. 12- 
13, sponsored by the Virginia 
Beadi Junior Oiunber of Com- 
mote. Miss America will be 
special guest fw the event. 

Tickets lor diote events are 
now on sale at the Civic C^ter. 



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#aJLJAMSBimG — TTie 
fctt|»c (otHdoor drama, "The 
C^mm dory," WiH begin per- 
ivtaAo^ June 21 at 8:45 p.m. 
vad c<«tinue nightly, except 
thnn^liout Ae sum- 

f VBtU Aug. 28. 

^ tm Howanl Swunmon 
hMpniied ftis year's widely 
MMi c^ of a^me 75 actors. 
•i^Bti and dancers as some of 
"' ^poil:, ftlnted he has ever 

70 pK t^m of the com- 
r jnetnbers bive had previous 
Wkm^ in outdoor drama, 
|i^ of A§m are seasoned vet- 
t ofimfaor tfieatres throu?h- 
|lhe oxiirtry, Scammon said. 
leaded by Lee Smith of 
■mouth in the lead role of 
u Jefferson, the cast in- 
MiM Carol Jones of West 
Fdlst M the H^dow Huzzitt: Don 
Wrid) of Spotawood, N.J., as 
Hugh. Taylor, and John Reese 
irf Ailii!^^ as Cephus Sickle- 
mqre. 

Teq|inic»l Director Al Haak 
« respoofiUe for the two most 
soectacular atpec^s of the ^low, 
the on-the-se( apf>earance of a 
oolQiiial ahjp and the clim;»ctic 
battle of Yorictown. Mvra Kinch 
is cboreocraober and dance di- 
rector »ml Carl Fehr is musical 

-non dory," Paul 

.1 on ♦'he fo'indirK' 

mmcan Reoublic. is 

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VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
VttU Aamai Virpnia Beach 
Hoofcnanny Festival and Con- 
test was held at The Shadows, 
"Virginia Beach's Most Exciting 
Ni^t Club," Monday, and will 
continue' every Monday nig^t, 
tfirough September 6th. ' 

TTie lolk festival, whi(A is 
open to all amateur entertainers 
wIk) perform in that idiom, will 
feature weekly, monthly (sani- 
final) an<^ ^nd finals contests, 
judged fey the professional art- 
i«s appearing at The Shadows. 
Weekly winaers will receive? sea- 
son passes to The Shadows; tiie 
mondily wiimers (semi-finalists), 
twenty-five (tollar clothing, gift 
certificates and ^e top folk act 
will receive a two week's, paid 
engagement at Washington's 
famed The C^lar Etoor as well 
as an audition with Roulette 
Re(X)rds in New York City. 

Entertainers wishing to enter 
the Contest ^ould contact Tlje 
Siackjws, 16th and Atlantic on 
Virginia Beach, or call 428-5685. 
EtMries for eadi week's competi- 
tion WiH close at Noon, Mon 
day, the day of the contest. 



ANNUAL EXHIBIT 



NEWPORT NEWS — The 

summer exhibit marking the 
175th anniversary of the Coast 
Guard is now open at The Mar- 
iners Museum in Newport News. 

The exhibition MBgbdes forty 
paintings by Coast Guard art- 
ists, a 15-foot diorama depict- 
ing an off-shore lighthouse in- 
stallation, a model of the Five 
Fathom Bank Hght ship, a mod- 
el of the Brandywine Shoal 
Lighthouse, a horse drawn and 
a later model beach cart, and 
various dispbys and cKxlels of 
-the Coast Guard at work. 

Many «rf the displays in- 
cluded were flown in from 
Rome, Italy, and Panama City, 
Florida, e«|Kciallv fee this ex- 
cithig exhibit at* The Mariners 
Museum. 

Admisskm is free at The Mar- 
iners Museum. Visiting hours 
are: Akmdays fliru Saturdays, 
9 a.m. to 5 p.m., apl on Sun- 
days firooi 2 b> 5 {&. 



Earlr aowlar of annuals whk-li anturallr ««»* iom aaawrwwa. 

win »!▼• tlnan ■ li«*d Btart and _ — - 3^ 

wmgivvuMava <* I from slruum. LoballM irlOfc 

blooms of Ywying shadei of 
blue or white vrould be «U»»i»y 
suitable and grow e^pectallf Wtn 
In Ufht shade. . 

For longseaaon weed aTOlO- 
ance, vertenas In mixed color* 
or in white, pink, rose, lavender 
or purple would be a happy 
oholce — for these annuaU co^ 
tlnue to irow and Sower anttt 
bard frost. ^ 

Portnlacas we the gaye* CK 
tbe Bprwdlng annuals. Coming 
u they do with single or donbl* 
flowers In bright yellows, rosea, 
plnlM and white, they ara pwc* 
ticnlarly suitable for a wmar 
Bltnatlon wh«re soil Is poor far 
they thrive under tbeaa «»• 
dIUoss. 



If yott keep a apace clear around 
fbam for Just a UtUe while 
tbuvll b«^» need to weed later 
in tb* MMiMi. The annuaU wUl 
tome ttM Bracks and. provide 
eoliM- V^ ■omatimes, fragrance. 
Sbown In tb« lUustratloa Is 
■waai a^som iiaed la tfc« eracka 
«f a la^Aime path. It also Sa 
M«A ai a border along tbe adga 
'mt fh* paU BO that border and 
brack* wlU gradually merge in- 
ta a carpet of onb color. Am yoa 
kBow, sweet alyasum |b availabla 
w4tb flowert of white, pink, Ut. 
•adar or pnrple so evea tbis oa» 
»«iiii«l offers a wide chole*. 

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START.S WEDNESDAY. .'UNE 1« 




SEASIDE PARKS SCHEDULE 



VWOINIA BEACH — A 

schedule of 1 2 major circus acts 
to be preseitt^ w free attrac> 
tions at Seaskfe Park wdU b^ 
Monday witfi James Gannon, 
aerial ist, as the first jxrfcMiner. 
Each acL will be presented twice 
daily, at 2:30 and 10 p.m. on 
the outdoor stage, and the pro- 
gram will be dunged weekly. 

June 14 also will be observed 
as Flag Day, wirt a number of 
special events to be aiMiounc«i. 
Ihe com^plete schedule (rf cir- 
cus attractiOTs: 

June 14, James Shannon; 
June 21, Joseph Smiley and 
Compny, Magic;, June 28, 
Frank Cot*, oomeiy high w|re; 
July 5, Iht Torrys, comedy 
trampoline; July 12, the ^ang- 
hai Twins, aerialists; Julv 19, 
Chai and Somay, Oiinesc con- 
tortionists; July 26, Hjss C(«r- 
inn'e, cloud swing; Aug. 2, don 
Rogers and Dolores, unicycle 
and juggling; Aug. 9. tfie Mur- 
cos, aerialists; Aug. 16, Leo and 
Josephine Gasca, bounding tig^t 
wire; Aug. 23, James Shannon, 
high dive; Aug. 30 throi^ La- 
bor Day, Texas Tommy's Hus- 
kie|.^^__^_;' •^,, _; 

Besides the free acts, many 
special events are planned at 
Seaside Park this sunvmer. Tfie 



Shrine Circus 
To Feature 
Space Act '/^ 

NORFOLK — To th^ breath- 
taking artistry of aerialists, fas- 
cinating fieats of performing ani- 
mals and chuckle-provoking ca- 
vorting of clowns, George A. 
Hamid, Sr. has added <he Mip, 
teors in a spectaculariy dramatic 
Mt from outer space, arriving 
with the world famous all new 
Hamid - Morton International 
Shrine Circus on June 24 for a 
four day engagement at Nor- 
view Stadium under the spon- 
sorship of Norfolk's Khedive 
Temple. There' will be daily per- 
formances at 2:30 and 8:30 
p.m., Sunday's perfonoanoes 
will be at 2:00 and 6:30 p.m. 

A fantastic spaceship arrives 
in clouds of smoke amid un- 
earthly ^unds that <^ld only 
originate in ^ world beyond our 
comprehension. Within are a 
boy and giri, glisteningly at- 
tired, who emerge from the craft 
with a fanfare. The atomk acro- 
bats perform hak-raising feats 
of aerial artistry high above the 
ship's extended antenna. 

This sensational presentatkm, 
as fresh as tomorrow, is un- 
matched in spectacle and aerial 
artistry, concluding with the 
s^ceship, in rfiower of sparics, 
moving out of the arena under 
it's own power. 

Tickets are now on sale at 
Khedive Temple^ Duke and 
Freemason Streets in Norfolk. 



two beauty cwiteats, in which 
Miss and Mrs. Seaside Part are 
wle^ed annually, will again be 
oi (lie ^MiHe; and special 
events ata} wHl be held on 
Father's Day. 

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Creole with rice, broiled fillet of 
fish^ deep sea scallops, Italian 
spaghetti with meat sauce, chick- 
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*^ECUT8RS WOncX 

mTU underfed iiav^ qu||, 

^^^^. Wihoo J^S. 

paymwtt due ttis tfeoedm £d 
«U ctauns apinst tlie dec^tem, 
dul> oBitlflca. be prosemW at 
we o(&» of Thcmiit E. McAn- 
«^ Attoniw ^at Law, Dean 
Buto^. 201 fia« hune ftrert. 

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Tfck » to lamy «K miWic 
tlmt. flte undersl^wl, tnmRg as 
"Tl<| Brcakeri" will within ten 
aa\i'^r publkatwn of this no- 
sly to die Virginia Sute 
He Beverage Control 
for a license to scH beer 
ii^iiK for ott and on (vemises 
'""iption. 

J. H. Richards, 
The Bl-eakers 
& Oc^an 
inia Beach, Va. 




PUBLIC NOnCE 

Thfc Virginia Bwch Divtstm 
of Police has in their pcmsuioa 
21 .boy's and 6 gWs bic)«tes, 
sev^ .rifl«, one hotpMm au- 
4(»aatic washer, atfto accessor- 
ies, men's clothing and various 
od<k ami ends thaft wiH be sub- 
ject to auction sale if not 
claimed Ifeforc Jwe 18, 1965. 

Persons who- can give proof 

of owoer^ip may report to po> 

lice headquarters *at Prlhcess 

\ Anne between Jhe hours 4rf 8 

\a.m. and 4 p.m. 4o make suc^ 

klaims. 

\^©n Friday, June 18, 1963, 
li^ir^ at 12 noon in ihs area 
Ict^een police headquarters and 
tIeCourmouse Fire Department, 
al articles not claimcfl will be 
s(4d at publk: aiiCticm by the 

- D^artment of Public Safdy. 

^ REEVES E. JOHNSON, 

Chief 

^ureau of SMety 
.,..,r 6-lQ.CT 

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^ !■ lie Oatl Ofilcc of idle 
CiiliA Cowt of the aty of Vir- 
^ BMIVM tfe 2Mi ^ «f 
MMT) 1965. 

ORPfiR OF PUBLtCATTON 
ELIZABETH HOOD KNUD- 

. / • Plaintiff against 
(CLARENCE JAMES KNUD- 
SON, 

Ik^ndant" 
T^e' object of this suit is to 
obtain a divcxce a vinculo 
matrimonii, from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of 
.^desl^ott f<^ a peri«l of more 
i; than two y#rs. \ 

And an £kffidavit having been 
: made and filed Uiatthe defendant 
' is ^ itoa-nesident qf the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: Bailey 
Av^ue^ Oiattanooga, Teones- 
seei oM rraident of die ^te di 
Visinla, it is ordered that he do 
apKar here witiun toi (10)<day8 
af^ due pd>lication hereo,f^ and 
do what may be n^essary U) 
pr^ect his interest in tihis suit. 
ik copy — ^Teste: 
K)HN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
lSf9 Laskin Road 
iitginia JBeach, Virginia 

6-3.4T 

NOnCE 

i^inia: 

The regular meeting ^ the 
ncH of Ae City of ViiBinia 
ich will be heW in 'the Cir- 

it Court 00 MoB^y, June 14, 
1965 it 2 o'ctack P.M. at which 
tine pei^oQs wHl be heard for 
aiid against the following pro- 
posed changes (tf zoning, use 
permits, etc.: 

I. Af^ieatkui of 0. E. 
Wetherington & Swis, Inc. fcM' a 
c^iange of zoning from Residence 
^ibQ)t)aii District 4 (R-S 4) to 
l^toi^ ^ Commercial EHstrict 
2 ^M. 2) d c@4uA property 
fro^k 139.7 feet on Ae South 
^ of Virginia Beach Boule- 
^^uid, beginnug at a point 1550 
fes^ tftpre or lete. West ol Witeh- 
di(±^offl. Said pit^oty being 
^iangular in shape; hiving a 
<^M«f 411.74 feet aftM^ the 
WeCpnt W^H^ Ul^ a dis- 
an« Hf 387.32 feet llong the 
hi property lii«. Baysidc 



ftx mmct 2 (R-B 2) iiiM 

A^M, To^ite and Restaiyant 
Dtttftet fr-2) Suppl^eot and • 
Vm Per»k to ocmstn^ a i^ 
s^'aptetewnt btrttilng. 

fcrod A to be C-G 2: Pro|«fv 
ty trmtiag 3(» ^ on *e Nwtii 
siae of 9ieU Road, locate at 
the Nwtheast faMsnec^oo <4 
Northami^cm ftMitewd and 
aeH R«i4. Haiii^ « ^pA of 
140.63 Itk i^mg m «^^^ 
iwoperty lihc (r^ of way of 
N<Mrthafflptaa ftiufcwmJ), a 
_ > «Wth of 220 feet aon$ the I^ir- 
them pi^jcrty line (Nvtiiainpton 
Boulevard) and a dej^ of 256 
teet tiUmg the Eastern pi^}erty 
toe. 

»»rcel B to be R-O 2 with 
T-2 &ipplemcnt: ft-o^y ftt>nt- 
ing 400 feet on Ae NcMth tide 
of SlwU Road, having a d^>th <rf 
256 feet more ot less atoilg the 
Wettem property lim (Eattem 
property Une of Paiwl A), fit»t- 
11^ 430 feet aloi^ the Soutfi 
side of Nordiamptoo Boulevard, 
having a de{^ c^ 428 feet idong 
the Eastern prop^y line. 

P*»el C to be R-M: Property 
b^^itHU 1263 feet more or 1ms 
00 Ae North side of Shell Road, 
htvii^ a depth of 428 feet more 
or test along the Intern jwo- 
perty line (Eattem property, line 
of Parcel B). Fronting 728.80 
feet on the South side <^ Ncmh- 
amf^n Boulevard, haiiiw a 
depth of 767.29 feet akn^ Ae 
Eakern pit^rty line. QHttain- 
Ing 15 acres, more or le«. j&iy- 
side Borough. 

III. Applicatkm of Dave MH- 
ler R^Ity Inc. ^ Jamet and 
ConsolVo, Attorneya, for a 
change <rf zoning from Residence 
Du^ex Di^ict 1 (R-D 1) to 
General Industrial District 1 
(M-1 l)ofccftafnpi^)ertyfr€»t- 
iI^{ 300 feet on the East side c^ 
HoHand Road, b^nnii^ at a 
point W50 feet Ea« of Hubber 
.Lane, having S'dc|»di of 883 feet 
iBcre or less Uong the Northern 
property line^ a width of 302 
feet more or ^ along die East- 
cm property Sr^'and a depth (rf 
894 feet along tbe Southern pro- 
^t> line. Kimps\^e Bonx^. 

IV Application of Aval(» 
Chliflch of \Christ by W. E. 
Ocswly for a Use Permit to <^>er- 
ate a church on certain property 
fronting 304 feet on the North 
side of Providence Road, begin- 
ning at a pmnt 210 feet more or 
less ^Mt of Woodstock Road. 
Having a depth of 641.28 feet 
along the Eastern fmiper^ Une, 
a combined depth of 593.64 feet 
along the Northern jMoperty line 
and a combin«l depth (A 789.61 
feet ^ong the Western property 
line (fronting 381.57 f^t on the 
East side of Woodst(K;k R(^, 
beginning at a point 275 feet 
North of ProvidOTce Road). Con- 
taining 5 acres, m<»'e or less. 
Right of way as proposed by In- 
terstate 64 plans to cross South- 
ern portion of this pt<^tt^ 
Kempsville Borough. 

V. A{^icati<m of Avalon 
Hills Inc. by KeUam and Kellam, 
Attortieys, for^ chan^ of zon- 
ing from Residence Duplex Dis- 
trict 1 (|R-I> 1) to General Com- 
nwrcial District 1 (C-G 1) aiKl 
Limited Commercial District 1 
(C-L 1) and a Use Pcnnit fw an 
automobile service station. 



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II. A|SpHca|ion <rf Gustavat 
ifooration bv Herbert L, 



jration by Herbert 
Kramer, Atfoiiey, tdt a fchaap 
of 2»nmg from Residence Duplex 
District 2 (R-D 2) to General 
Cnmsercial District 2 (C-G 2), 



To be C-G 1 : Certeiii property 
located at the Squthwe^ kiter- 
secti^ of Wlik^um Landing 
Road and Prwuience Road. 
Fronting 155 feet mtve or kss 
on the SouA iidb <A Provident 
1U)ad, havjfl^ a depth of 17 
feet along the W^t skle oi White- 
bUrst Landing Road, a width of 
197 feet aloi^ the Southern [»o- 
perty line and a 4^ M 151 
feet along the Wett^ prop^^ 
line. ** - 

To be C-L ^^Certain property 
fronthig 298. 1 1 fteton the South 
side of Providence fUwi, begin- 
nii^ at a point 15 J «et more 
or less West of Whitchurk Land- 
ing Road. Having a depth of 1 15 
feet along the Westnxi property 
Ike, a wid^ erf 2'^ li^ ak>ng 
tijc Southern property Ihie and a 
{fepth of 151 fetet aloi^ the East- 
em property line Kem^ville 
6orou^. 

VI. Application of Qmcii of 
God by Rev. L. D. Hudson, ter a 
Use permit to opente a cliurch 
on certain property' fronting 
290.17 feet on the South side <rf 
Wolfiiiare Road, beginning at a 
point 120.0fe feet Wert of Hill- 
top Road. Havli^ a depth of 
295.SO feer along the Western 
[woperty Ifaie, a wkJft of 290 
feet along tfic Southern prppcrty 
line 4od a depth of 305.46 feet 
alone the Eastern property itfte 
(subj vision of HilHwp N&Bor|; 
Coitlinirtg 2 ac^. Lynflha^flCh 
Bqr^gh. '^ ^^ 

Vn. Application m F. IX^m 
Reid and Hassd Pencil by 
'Robert B. CiomweU Jr., Attor- 



apaioa^t i^M CO certuo 
y t^i^^gtM^ as She B, 
PaAC. Froriting 95.06 
tm mk lbs Western end of 
Octree A^w {cul-de-tac), 
iMvn^ iiepth itf 41^ feet along 
die Nof^KO pr<qivty line, a 
wtth <rf f 16 f^ ^g the West- 
on pvif^rty Une (LxM^kxi Brid|^ 
a«a) and a deptt ^ 674 feet 
atoag the Sou Atfo ijm&iy line. 
LyiAaven Bcvoqp. 

VIII. AppUc«#B of ^ose In- 
,ft»tment Oor|l. % jfamfcs and 
Consolvo, Andmeyl lor a change 
Gt s»in| from Residence Du- 
pm Dmta 1 (R-D IJ to Limit- 
^ DHRm^iM D^r^ 1 (C-L 
1) and 4 U«e Permit to operate 
a tki^^ rink on ceitain proper- 
ty fraaSig 1210 feet nt«e or 
tess <Mi Aw EM ii(te of llouth 
Lyniihaven Roik!, b^nni^ on 
ttie We^ side of L<nKkn Bridge 
Crwk. Hava^ a dcj^ of 1080 
feet more or less along the East- 
ern prop^y iijK (Umdon 
Bri(%e Oeek), a depA of 890 
f«!t mote or Iks done the Nor- 
thern property line. Containing 
17 acTM, nx>re or less. Lynn- 
haveO Borou^. 

IX. AMJlic^ioa of Ewin A. 
Ottii^er lor a chaise ci zonii^ 
from Residence SiAurban Dis- 
trict 3 ^R-S 3) to Residence 
Duplex District 2 (R-D 2) of 
(^rtaio {MTC^ierty frontyig 120.13 
feet <m tiie North side of Poi- 
tert Koad, beginning at a point 
1614 t«t West of Umdon Bridge 
Road. Having a depth of 534.35 
fetft along the Easterij pr(^)erty 
tine (Western property lirw of 
L^idtm Bri(^e BratiM Church), 
a width (rf 122.4i leet 9km$ the 
N<xthem property Ime and a 
dej^ of 529.55 feet atong the 
Western property line. Lynn- 
ha^^o Boitm^. 

X. Application of Birdneck 
Country Club Apartments T/A 
Devonshire Townc House Apart- 
ment by Kcbeit L. Simpson and 
Frank E. Butler IH, Attorneys, 
for a change of zoning from 
Residence Suburban District 3 
(R-S 3) with Motd, Tourist and 
Restaurant District (T-2) Suppte- 
ment to Multiple-Family R^id- 
»ce District (R-M) and a Use 
Pi^mit to consttuct 75^ town- 
house apartments on certain pro- 
perty fronting SW.31 feet on the 
West side of Okl Seatack Road, 
fronting 1 10.23 f©« <m the Soutfi 
side of |jB^in B^iiui, luu^iqg a 
combined depflt of 971.55 ieet 
along the Wesfew property toe 
(Bffdneck Acres and property of 
others), having a combined wkith 
of 918.04 feet al<H^ the South- 
ern property line (Bintn«:k Aci^ 
and R. H. Mills prqwrty). Con- 
taining 6,237 acres. Lynnhav^n 
Borough. 

XI. Application of Howerin 
Realty Ojrporation by Robert 
E. Howerin for a change of zon- 
ing from Residence Suburban 
Di^ct 2 (R-S 2) to Resideittc 
Suburban District 3 (R-S 3) of 
CHlain property fronting 388 
feet more or less on the North 
side of Wolfsnare Road, begin- 
on^ at a point 200 feet Ea^ of 
Baii'lio Drive. Having a depdi of 
550 feet more or less along the 
Wtetem property Hm, a width of 
385 fe^ more or less along die 
NtMTthem property line, and a 
combined depth of 805 feet along 
the Eastern property lin^. Con- 
taining 5 acres, more <x less. 
Lynnhaven Borough. 

kll. Applicatton oC City <rf 
Vi^nia Beach for a change <rf 
'*m| from ResideoM Duplex 
Tcl^ 2 (R-D 2) to Limited 
cfcial District 1 (C-L 1) 
a Use PermU to operate a 
t>oat marina on pertab property 
fronting 220 feet oo the South 
sMb ($ Lynnhaven Drive, be- 
ginning u a point 300 feef East 
^ Vista Circle. Having a deptii 
erf 530 feet along the Western 
property line, a width of 210 
feet al(n)g die Southern property 
line ^ong Creek) ahd a «fHh 
of 500 f^ alcmg the Eastern 
pr(»erty ime. L^onhavoi Bor- 

XIII. App^^cm of Tempte 
Emanuel by W. Blum fcH* a Use 
Peimit to <^ierate a churc4i on 
certun pcop^y located at the 
I^Mieaat tntersection of 25th 



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John V. I^M^^ 
City Oerk 

by: Mantaret M. Hood 
tfcpuiy City C^rk 

6-3-2T 



Niw^ n herdjy giv^ ftat an 
ord* €teted May 18, 1965 has 
been fasued by Ae m$»^^ 
authdrizii^ the name of the Ou 
Screw DIPLOMAT offfclal 
number 280089, owned by Oun- 
eroO A: Mundcn, of whfch 1^- 
folk, Virginia is the Iwoic ppit, 
to be cbaiwed to FOIK S(M^. 
Roy W. Edwards 
D^ty Collector is Chufe 

of Marine Woit 
Ptort of Norfoft, Vu 

5-lf4T 



VI«5INIXBIACMSUN, Thur^iy, Jun© 10, 1965 




COMMONWEALTH 
or VUGINU 

hk tfw Cktfc'f Office ot (he 
Cbcvil Cooft flf flie Cl^ ef Vk^ 
^ria Bm^ on tfie IMi day of 
Mi^, 1965. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
DIANA HOLLIS WOLF, 

Plaintiff, 
i^inst 
THOMAS ANTHONY WOLF, 

Defendant. 

The obiect of this suit is to 
o4HaIn a divorce a Vinculo 
Kfetrimoni from tiie said de- 
femlant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. 

And an affldavit having been 
made and filed Ast die defend- 
ant is a non-r^ident of the 
State of Virginia, tiie last known 
ftpst office address being: % An- 
drew J. Wolf. 9th Sttcet. St 
Louis, Missouri, it is ordered 
Aat he do appear Iwre within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect his in- 
terest in ^issttit. 

A copy— T«(p: V c , 

JOHN V. fBTrmEK. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, r>.C. 
DREWRY ft EVANS p.q. * 
3007 Pacific Avraue 
Virginia B^ch, Virgiiria 

5-20.4T 




ins 120 feet on the South side of 
25tt ^^^ having a depth of 
99.95 fe« on die East side of 
Baltic Avenue, a widrti of 120 
feet along the Soirthem property 
line and a depth of 99.85 feet 
along the Eastern property line. 
Virginia Beaph Borough- 
^IV. Application erf Hiomas 
E.' Hurley for a chanp of won- 

Sg from One-FamHy Resi^nc: 
Bt'rlct tR'f) to T#o-Family 
Rertietice District (R-2) of Lots 
6, 7 a^ 8, Block 7, nlat-o^- 



ney, 



for a Use Pi^mit to eiea 



ieW(k>J. Said pait«l bemi tri- 
aii^lar in shape, located at the 
inwfcsection of Pincwood Drive 
and Lake Drive. Fronting 147.04 
feet on the South side of Laks 
Drive, frortfmg 117.70 feet on 



COMMONWEALTH 

m VntGINIA 

b ttiCMi'i oMkt of «e 

Ciinift Drtnt ot Ihe City ol 

Viiglirii BcMlN^l^^i *• 13* 

■(^10 nHff| VftSm 

OROEk OF PUBLICATION 

SUZANNE S. TARR, Plaintiff, 

JAMES BERRY TARR, 

Defen(tent. 

The <*j«;t of this stut k to 
obtain a divorce a vhiculo matri- 
monl on the grounds of <feser- 
tk>n. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed thM the defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Viifinia. iJbe last known po|t 
oUke address being: Januss Ber- 
ry Tarr, AFl 363 1740, 66 Civil 
Engineers, P.O. Box 2, APO 
09017, New York, NY., it is 
n-d^ed that he do appeor here 
wySm tea (10) days after due 
publication herecrf, and do wbat 
may be n«:Msary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 

A copy— Tertc: 

JOHN V. FENTESS, Qcrk 

J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
BRYDGES ft BROYLES, 

Attorney p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road ■ 
Virginia Beadi, Virginia 
' '5-20-4T 

COMMOMWEALIH 
Ot VIRGINIA 

lo the Clerk's Office of ttie 
Orcob Cooit of (he City of Vir. 
fiirioi Beach, Vo., on lhe 1411 
doy of May, 1965. 
OltDER m PUHUCATieN 
DBLORES IRENE OWENS 
NETTLES, Plaintiff ' 

Sgainst .... 

JAMES ALLEN NETTLES, 

Defendaitt 

The object of this «uit is to 
obtain . iet»U-ate maintainan^ 
fcom said def^idant, upon the 
grounds of treatm^t tantamookt 
to dnertimi. 

And an affidavR havii^ been 
made and filed that the di^nd- 



01 »%, intt. 
^ w llJiijny^niKv 

«aUEN LmUE ODNHaL. 
nain^ 

ROBERT EUG^E COtmBUL 

CMradant 

TIrc oWK;t of th« suit is to 
oteia a noiri divorce a vinculo 
M^oKMU upon ttie pounds of 
ttatmett tantanKMint to des^- 

tfOB. 

Awl an affidavit having been 
ma(te afid filed that tik: defoid- 
ant k a non-reaid«t <^ the Stito 
of Virginia, the last known pM| 
office address being: Robert Eu- 
gene Coonell, Rt. 2 Stanfiekl, 
Nortij Carolina, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
Ten (10) Days f^er due publi- 
catkm hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to prote^ his in- 
terest in dm suit 

A o^;^— Teste: 

K)HN V. F^miESS, aerk 

J. Curtis FruH, Deputy Cfcrk. 
BRYDGES ft BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Uskin Road 
Virginia Beodi, Virginia 

5-20-4T 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



10 tlN^I NoHcM 

Wanted. Ride weekdays to At- 
Untic Avenue from Arlington 
Half Apartments. Call 340- 
7707 evenings. ' , 

<-10-lT 

ART'S 
FIX ** 

IT 
ftfiitlhg, ' 
Window 
Washing 
428-6134 



^15-10-tfn 



1 nWiyPrfWIWH 



^ ft P Udvwwiyi loc—We will 
driver ywsr obt tt or Iron 019 
cMy. Cor^uSy MlMied ditvw*. 



AUTOMbTiW 



20 Automebiloa For Solo 



1960 Ford Fal<xm 2 door sedan. 

$500 cash. CaM 627-4461. 
5-20-tfn 

1962 Triumph Harold . 1200 
Conv. Good condition, new 
top, red ft black. $795 cash. 
CsH 340-1641 or 4S0-4690 
ext 56. 

fr^-TFN 

iUsit^SS »vidS • 

SO^pMficl^SOfvicN 






FOR IMMEDIATE AOTI&N 



ff 



IM|I.Won«o4—INolo 



C*b drivers. Service nKn ac- 
c^eo. rvo expenence neces- 
saiy. We* wso wont at tne 
beach. Can earn »6d to $Uo 
weekly. We pay tor your 
Ctey ttcense. rlinng ex- 
€Uiv«« trom <^^ a)m|Mnies. 
Ibaiftway laxi, yibi anore 
Dnve, Virguua aeach. i>tai 
464-0262. ^ . 

6-3-4T 



Needed — 3 wami imnaedtately for 
mana^r tramee program. 
Muse oe attemive ana career 
nunded. Cali 428-9142. 

U-19-tfn 



^ rmtp Wanraa-fVMM or i>«m«M 



A'^acti^ne position. Man or 
woman, zj - ou. Gooa per- 
KMMuty and i^pearance. 
iKQOOi - nome couramaiu^ 
work. lt}-.)U nours a weeic. 
bcnool, enured or soivA woric 
ti^^Oi. t^xcetieni earnings it 

* ttcv«p<Bd. i'or personal uuer- 
VKW ootm to loe Virginia 
bmplo^mait Commission ut- 
trce, Z26 Virginia lieacn 
Jtouievard ot 3 p.m. on Mon- 
day, June 14t&, or write twx 
iK). liti, c/o ine Virginia 
bescftk !sun. 

6-10-IT 



Teachers and substitute teacfa- 
era. If you are desirous of 
rendering an important edu- 
cational service in this vicinity, 
^ou may qualify for stimulat- 
u^ full or part-time work 
with excell«it remuneration. 
Tills is school-coordinated 
work with guaranteed UK^ome; 
retirement based on profit 
faring and group insurance. 
For local interview come to 
the Virginia EmploymeiM 
Commission Office, 223 Vir 
ginia Beach Boulevard, > at 4 
p.m. on Monday, June t4tti 
6-10-lT 



VACrnm CLEA^ffiS-tioover. 
AiH and aorviee. Ftompt ef 
ficient reorin. ?UM m ana 
ddiTMV. Phono QAm222 
rtiel Feed ft Building fSap 
lAim. Tnc 



31 iulMfnih^apiiring 



qummrqjt imcia^vuuu ui ^jui ^"^ Jf^.ttpO-reSldent Of thC State 

SI^'Mri ShirAvemie^Vrtirt- L*^ ^*^''*' ^^ ^^^^ known post 
street mi Baltic Avenue, front- |.^fg^ ^^^^ ^^g. j^j^t^;,. 

len Netries, Brunswick, C%m^a., 
it is Mdeted tiiat he do appear 
here within Ten (10) Days after 
due puUication hereof, and do 
what miy be necessary to pro- 
tect Us interest in this suit. 
. A t»py — TeMps ^ 

JOHN V. FENtRESS, Clerk 
J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Clerk 
BRYIXJES & BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virpnia Beach^. Virginia 



COMMONWEALTH 

OF VlRfilNIA 

In the CMt*s Office of the 

OKuit CoiB« (rf the City of Vliw 

gtaia Beach, Va., on the 14th 



mttm 

ContnolMt ft Hosm Biiildfei»-' 
Let us teto you with tiuA new 
bra>fr-«ddltkii«-Ha'' i«p*hs. 
Wo can fiisiMsb matocUi Irom 
basemeiA ib attie and jaid you in 

fbom: SeSam ft Eaten, Inc. 
(1) 426-2861 
49H7m 
426^i»7 



W^ specialize m kitchen cabinets, 
home iniphyvemeot^ atid any 
type of ^p viOTk. Call Pon- 
darOia MtU Work of 3008 
South L^nhaven Road, 
341-5520 Of 341-2682 even- 
tafi. 

i-ll-TFN 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

PlumU^g — R^aiili' 

Eieetikal — Au: CondRk>niog 

PRINCE ANNE PLUMBING 

ApI0 m^ECTRIK: %Ii 

tt;t»PLIERS, WC. 

Phono 426-2660 

11-5-tfn 



wmxmmn 



Wanted— 3 ladies, well educat- 

t» ' «iroll members ia 

^ .A.A.; See Mr. Winslow, 

Monday.'^TSO. TWavater Auto 

Atl«;^!(tt; PrfcatSett Theatre 

6-3-2T 




Salesmen or Salesladiw — NO 
EXPERIENCE NECES- 
SARY. I can use 2 sincere 
trainees interested in a sound 
sales career^ (Not door to 
door.) My new men cam 
$6000 to $10,000 the first 
year. Opportunity for rapid 
advancement to management 
positions. Must have car, tHit 
travel is optional. For inter- 
view call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-TFN 



MANPOWER, INC. 
URGENTLY NEEDS 
Tfplrta ^ 



1a:f*iwj;»i^: 



93 Heui^ioM Good* 



For sale now — new aiMl re- 
built sofa beds in a varbty 
of colors and lilies. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chairs, t^^, diests, book- 
cases, diqett^ and bedroom 
furniture, llifltop Uriiolster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beac* 
Boulevard. Phone 428-6377, 
Call us to upholster and fc- 
finish your worn, soUel md 
marred furniture. Free esti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and sell used furni- 
ture." 

4-1 -TFK 



REhfTAL REAL ESTATE 
^00lkk>MSFORRB4T " 



Room for rent; Private entrairce. 
Excellmt ncighbottood. Oen- 
tlcman preferred. 237 Bay 
Colony Drive. Call 428-1049., 
6-10-2T*^ 



REAL ESTATC BOfc. 

184 H0WO8 P» Sa» 

For tale. 2 tetkoon 
acmty c(M)^m(^^ AIMe 
nw, overkxjkii^ 
Lake HoUy. Near 
C^ner lot. Priced tor 
sate. $10,000. FiatM^ 
••tirfactory cliaalL W 
Moore, Broker, Jarrft 
Kitchen. CaU 428-7755. 
9-t 




ated. 



no Apartiwntt Unfun^ihad 



London Bridge. Reuben Street. 
Unfurnished di^lex apart- 
ments with 3tove 9nd refrig- 
eratw. 2 bedroomsl $80 tod 
$90 per month. R, L. De- 
Hart. 340-8591 or 340^311. 
... 6-lO.lT 



Oceana - Duplex. Water furr 
nished. Available immediately. 
Centrally located. Call 428- 
203et^ 

6-10-lT 



APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yeariy (X season- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. Nights 428- 
6833. 
, 3-2 T!^ 

Ill Apartments Furnished 




Will trade. E(Hii^ ifl 2 hedbqMa 
house at 2240 Kvimk mm 
Gatewood Park, LmhA^ 
Bridge, for s^Mc^ lot gr 
trailer. Phone ^hmcM I^tA 
Realty Company. 42ft-a3^ 

5-l5-tfB 

Princess Anne Plaa — Bry;k "9 
bedroom raoc|i. losuttted. 
Fenced yaid. Attached ^1 
Lar^ e^-in ki^en 
Bird) cabu»te, stove «Ki 
frigerator. Dryer hook-up. o^- 
side utility room, fvy $*'"' 
and assume payn^^ of 
monthly. Owner. 340-i 

London Bridge - 2216 Paris 
Street. Very nice five ^ar old, 
3 bedroom home on ^ee lot. ■ ■ 

Pui^ - Own Bridge Road, l^evfr, . 
3 becfa-odm, 1% bi^ boiteii 
on 2% acre sites at $14,5w. 
La^ aites avafiW^le. I^f 
buiU to your pitm <^ am. 

London^rid^. Nottm^aln 1^ ''' 
me^ m Lnufen Bridge Ao^"^ 
New homes uruier cooMruc- 
tioo on m» v^l diijaed mMT 
with city water. Drive 0«i^' 
soon to look, 

6-10-lt 



IS* Ottt of Town 



^■• 



Newly refinished furnished a^urt- 
ment witii living room, bed- 
roDm, kitchenette^ bath fnd 
large closet €eBti||||lK»i^B. , 
fReasonaible r^ by season 
or year. Call 428-4960 or 
428-7827. 

6-3.2T 



Oraooe i^ove - 35 acres c^to, 
f^ estaUh^ bearinf 
^ve in C^entral Htvida, near 
Lakeland. Exi^^ invnl* 
ment. $17S,(M0, tnotodei 
bam, ill ci; 
ment, 'i^ b« 
116, Vkginta Beai* *gj^. 



We have ^immediate assimments, 
many adja<%nt to Virginia 
Beadi. 

NO FEE 
Tune <^ between jobs when de- 
sired — ^work on these temporary 
jobs when c»nveniint to yoo. 
fhane now for interview and job 
assig^ent, 627-3661. \^ 
iiaM^wer, Inc. 
733 floush Street 

5-27-TFN 



"^ 



UVESJOCK-PETS 



70 WH g ata—Othof Pota 

ntEE-^Cittens! 
nxmc 340-1978 

6.3-TFN 



.'J3:rai!^3im.'^: 



90 Arti^. nft im 



Da^^<^ and chair. Good con- 
cKtum. Win sdl reasonably. 
Call 428-7938 immediately. 
6-10-lT 



4 jpiece silver servke. Large 
tray. $40, EiK^lop^ta Brit- 
tanica, mildew proof. $85. 
Dinner rii^. 237 Bay Colony 
Drive. CaU 428-1049. 

• 6-10-2T 



i^iUt bver 25 wUh own 
fof* Ifeby sitting. Apply 1q|« 

83, Colooy. Trailer Park. No 

I^oe calls, 

6-10-2T 



SS 



I^A^TED' 

2 Ddivery Boys 

Thursday only 

8:30 - 11:30 a.m. 

Company Car Furnished 

Phoije or come in at 

3108 ^ciRc Ave. 

428-2401 



One and 2 bedroom fumidied 
apartmenu. Year round CaV 
428-2724 or 42^-6666. 

Austin's Court Motel Arart- 
meats; 206-19tb Street. EM 
ciency apartmena. All utilitio 
fumiiA^ Also, 4-rooffl apart- 
ni;nt and furnished rocntia. 
Block frcan Bus Statical. By 
week or month. 



New and modem, one and two 
bedroom aj^'tmeDts. Low 
yearly rentals, also weekly and 
monthly reiitals. Cal 
428-6713. 

' 3-11-TI^ 

** " ^ ^ ■»IIM I ■ I I L I ■ n il. ■■!. — 

Exceptionally nice 1 be<h'oom 
furnished apartment. Avail- 
able June 22nd. Lar^e 
grounck, trees, itsiderfodl 
area. Annual lease. Can be 
seen by appointment. Owner. 
428-2256. 

5-20Hfn 



1141 Aprtfmwiti Bn^' 



Wanted — ^houses or 8(»urtmen1i 
to rent or sell. Summer rentals 
needed. Cooper Realty, 2(NS 
25th Street. 428-1330. Nighb 
428- 6833. 

3-2-TF#l 



4- 



iNi'MORTCACil 



•s 



ANY AllflOUNT-rAST 

ANCHOR KEAlihr 

CA 6-7421 ANYTMi 



REAL 
EXAM 

SuU LIcwM Fi 

D*r Mi4 ifi 
CtttoM laatractfld 
lay AtUrsay anJI A 

Easily— Emrvu n« 
COMPLETE OOUUSS 
Tidewatff^s Most Exftntnc^ 
' Schotd 
>torMI(-PommouHi 
REAL ^ATE SCHOOL 

G«M«B TtlMfl* BiMtec 
PHORE MA t.a074 , 










lis Hooaoa-fumlthMl 



Living room, b^room, kitdien, 
bam Convenient to shamung, 
cdiurdies, laundromat. Very 
reasonable yearly rentd. Pa- 
cific Avenue. Ph<^e owner^ 
42MOI6 or 428-2141. 

5-l3-tfa 



Vu-ginia Beach — Service Men! 
2 cute cf^ages. Near ba^ 
fuid beach. Best rates. 
340-832t. 

6-3-TFlf 



AUCTIONS 



Maury RiganU. Aucnon Cc 



WfRuq^^ 



HARDIN SCHOOL 
OF MUSIC 



Sia-SSthSh-eet 
Virginia Beach 



^^^■m 






Repairs 




m: 




lijifun. 



Aak Yow fiyi WtyileipB MmM 

TMVUfRt 

ouao opnoAH 

serving Vli^ta UmAi 

. — 1 ^'imi'wbIiII Ml iffifBl' " ■"■»" 

BAY ISUND 

T^amtac'i Wwm AH 
Wair^fcoat C i pi i ii ii H y 
Un$ FOKftAIJK 

BAYKLAND 

REAL 8$TATB <iO. 



mm 




1 



M^BlftCW SUN, tkirsday, June 10, 1965 ' 




4-H Activities 
and Events 

C. FRANCIS LAY 



Kenpgmlle GarJkn ChA Immlh 



"Wbd(^ is U> the mind what health is to the body." 




tpfa! Many of you 4-H Club menrtwrs and leaders 
•iHiat you can dO to make 4-H excitii^ and interest- 
i4Vnnner. I hope all of you are planning an active program. 
te fk» tune of the year that you cao do those things that 
■^ pvei^eB^ you from doing these past few months. The fol- 
lowing » a list of suggested activities for you to 
consider. 

1. PIm a prolect lonr — Visit the homes of 
each chib member to see what they sae doing in 
their project. 

1 Jotat 4-H Grii IHectiAp — Ran to meet 
widi a nearby dub and conduct a joint meeting 
with members from each club having a part m 
the program. ^ 

3. Kducitfioml Tow — Hie TidiPater area 
has many hi.^orical and educational points of in- 
terest. Contact Charaibers of Commerce for spe- 
9. 1«9 dfic inforinatioiT. insider visiting shops and 
es ttiat wiH teach club members more about their projects. 
4* Vtacfe pHlict mm! piciia — Plan for outdoor cooking and 
a^vitks. 
J S. r— pi Md fIcM 0^jn — Take advanta^ oi the camps 
|k1 field days offered by the Agricultural Extension Service and 
of the businesses in the area. 
Ftv more details (mi these activities, cmtact your Agricultural 
tmsion Agents w ycMir 4-Club leaders. 
^ Ln^'s jmke the summer of 196S the best one yet for 4-H 

COMING EVENTS 

.; June 14 — Bayside 4-H aub Meeting — 7:30 P.M. 

ime 17 — Coamt 4-H Meetiflg — LeKies Meihodist 





rm MM Mi&m f$»4Amm 



hif t% iiM|^| 



Giri Hn RmI PrihiMR -- Sb Tafti Tit Micii 



Officmr* alcctcd to lartrc til* K«Hipavill« G'Mr«*B MM* tor tb* Ct^Dn** ]r*ar wrm tBttalla«| 
•I tk* •naval dinnvr maating hmtd rM«Btljr at t Im PIm Tra* !■■. PictarMi (laft t« Hght) an Mr*. 
H. F. Tykr, inttalliBg officeri Mrs. W—lmj HarditoM. ivcarJiBf McnUryi Mr*. R. F. Haaiplulaa, 
eorracponrfiat tacretaryi Mrs. W. A. Stalliags, sa^oaJ vie* prasidaatt Mrs^ J. C. Lfllajr, first viea 
preiidcati and Mrt. John W. Moora, ^rasMaat. (Suff Photo by Padrieh) 




4tt««e y«n dd. MdAavs a VMT 

Ir. f an nry eriandlr «a4 firy 
foricvd towud sOtm. I tin 
made mcBy Mmb. but bawM 
4Blt« a f tw, b«caaae itf^ k»mtBg 
aomeoM tor a white, I ht^ 
talldag toe forward, too le«i, «id 
nddag fooliih remarks wlthmat 
tUBUng. I tevo read oaajF boola 



, alfc, ^rt haw n^ 

l^ad aai^itag irtm thorn. I m 
irtllinf to es^nrtte. if th^ li 
aono w*f to «>rrcet this b$A 
hMi Cn ywt give me Imm 
■dvletr 



Ml IfftT: TIm faet ytn 

havo iufgaliod that yoa Imvo a 
INreMMi Inn bnptHtaat flnt st^^. 
Maay MM^mk » through Ufa 



talkhif tM wm!k and too hnA, 
loriitf frtedf H fast as flMsr 

ntfea mm ^ with Oi* friwiAi 
th# iMt Maf tt« one* "o*^ •< 

fhn^ I itjdiig yon «mU ^ 
won to wm«»b«r, "Ahi^^ha 
mfi ipeor bntai ia la fear Mm 
o^lBli« yoor moatt." Or, tBtak 
M «tf ■§ Mk. ._ 

Aan to mtttatf vreng «M 
beliit Miadfy. And, tta aMMr 
to rnak* fHoMli la a crMi aflat 
You oaa ka^ thcM friMids tf ]pou 
tern to' bo a good Uatener aa 
ivU M a rxid taUror. This is Mt 
dUknlt Davtl<9 an Interest hi 
fHcQda. thth- Ukea and dto- 
Adc them about tbehr hoD- 
Oidr (^ion on nwie. 
teoics, school, entertalnmeiit — 
and then sit back and UstM. . 

You'll discover there Is as mW» 
"ton" in ItotMlng to othen u Ml 
having othwa Usten to you. < 

I fM ha*« « Iswwis pwW^a !»• 

' Is Ihriiss m aa • i is« n s M Q a :is , 
MS fsar laMt ta roi ^^. 




Sailor 0/ Month 



i^ 



m 



0m^, 7.00 F.M, 



\ ffti 



Mi» 26-1^ 3 -> S^ite 4-R Slxm DMirse, VPI, Blackilnii^, 
li*^ 12-17 — JunioT 4-H Camp •— Cainp Farrar, 85th St., 



MS Md 



TOWED 



IMMm • M««B — Chutes Byron Lantz, Jr., 21, USA, Vir- 
fmirtm tMiten, 29, USN, eiiia Beach and Judith Ann 



ttiif^ $Bi Beveiiy Ann Mod- 
m, 23, DO occupMion list^, 



^^MtUfB • HMt 4— Horace 
Qrtl^i»«c|, 2X W»rcr. Vir- 

~MAr mA mum Mam 

1% Mf oavpMioa lUtod, 




•~> Geliafd 

Haik«^ 23, oo occupMkn 
ftMi Vif)^ J3eacb. 
liMlx « Mil — diaries 



I 

f. 




• neks 
Fur 
Program 

^BIRDNBCK — Robert M. 

a II of Virginia Bead) is 

about 50 youths duough- 

•Hie countiy sooted by ttn 

"aster <Miaa.) Polytechnic 

lite to ytkfi part in its 27th 

„ il Wotccater Techniquest, 

I orieatatMWi prc^nun for boyt. 

i^tobeit, the SOD of Mr. aM 
Pra. IU)l!ifm,H''L'ainbe of Bfr# 
«iapk Pomt, 18 ftn hoiKn- stiuMl 
Ar thf Tear ^Notfblk Acadea^ 
ffwra he icfyn as news-feaoire 
liditor of tbi» Belfry, is on die 
pifioett fltaf! of ihs amual. and 
S^a tranber of ^ Senior Sici- 
^ Cl|ri», An Medica, D^tate 
ipitib ami varaity temris torn. 

Hie Teohniquett, whfcA wUl 
h«M lune 21-27, is a vo<a- 
edupational guidaiK% 
'led by the engin- 
to aciitt boys in 
dioice of a car^r 
of education for 
^ heit adapted, 
their seven days cm 
take put in a \^- 
of lafaontiwy ex- 
inspections, aptitude 
other activities de- 
mtt them in their ^ 
.4tkniai jku- 







Eakin, fHVss operator, Roberts- 
villc, Ohio. 

'WaiTca • Yahn — Robert 
L^ie Warren, 22, USA, Ports- 
nvMith, and Evelyn Virginia 
Yahn, 21, no occupation li^ed, 
Vt^iaia Beach. 

W»m • Kevffle — B^iard 
pf»»a Ri%«rs, Jr., 22, ^ud^t, 
Witli Viisiflia and Dlinb e tt i 
Raylor JCeville, 20, stu^t, Vir- 
itoKh. 




• NbhI^ •— George 
FpHtt Bowen, 33, USN, Vir- 
ciaia ^»ch and Ada Ruth Nun- 
ley, 34, hair dresser, Tirfjo- 
mugo, MlssiKi{^. 



FRY APPOINTED 

VIRGJNIA BEAC>I-Joseph 
K. Fry, of 1169 Little N^ck 
Road, has been appointed to the 
Admissimis Council of Carnegie 
Tech, ,Pittrfmrgh. He will serve 
as alumni advisor at the Virginia 
Beach H^ Schod and the Kel- 
Ub) High Sdiool. 

He wffl be available for con: 
sultati(Mi widi area sea}ndary 
student interested in obtaining 
ixlormiytion concerning Carnegie 
Tedi amission requirements and 
educalkiial opportunities. 



Aviation Storakeepar Socoad 
Class, Jamas R. Httffhas of tka 
Snfflj O^partmaat bas baaa 
»»» *4 M Naval Air Station 
pMaaa's Sailar of tlio Montb 
for Jaaa. 

Hnghas was nooiinatad by 
bis Dapartmant Head and salact- 
ad by a board of saaier Ct^f 
Pattr Officars aboard tbo sta- 
tion. 

In noaatBAting Hagbas for 
Sailmi> of tha Montb, LCDR 
\M. M. CAHsar st^ad Aba* 
"HagbM bM acbiavad tbo ro- 
moct of bis saparior officars 
tbroagb bis. ability to work af- 
foctivalir and raliably en bis 
own. Ha also statad tbat Hngbas 
bas davalopod asiJmaga worthy 
of attainnaiit by all Naral par- 



Hugbas, who hail* from West 
Das Moines, Iowa, is married to 
tba former Roialia J. Kiawie- 
wetter and retides in Virginia 
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VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRG(fcJIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1965 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — 
Charges cA reckk^ driving have 
beea levi^ agalMt tte cbivcf 
of a tractor-tratler involved in 
a chirin c(rillsim that kHted four 
peqrie on the Chesapedce Bay 
BrMge-Tannel <m Monday morn- 
ing. 

Ee^Md Hem the ordinal ac- 
c(Mnt, Sti^ INjlice now say ttie 
^/ttiKt(»--ttruter driver failed to 
HOW for iHagman and rammed 
^ doath ctf from the rear. It 
was believed at Tirtt that there 
|«d been a head-<m C(rili$lon, 
bM a(x»unts ^ven later Mid the 
tf^cttw-trailer, automobile, and 
ai< anunoDia trupk involved in the 
ao^tefit were all head^ north. 

The vidtims woe identified by 
State Police at Charles F. Musk, 
it. and his wtfe Mary Ann Musk 
of Avon, 0)nn., and Warren 
Qoodrich Horton and his wife, 
Vkghila Lotz Morton, of C&n- 



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ftiware Of 





PLA2SA -^ Police officials 
have wamedarea housewiv^ to 
bewne of a^Kme wto m^t be 
•eUiflg wip m hatrpie^s from 
^DtxAo-doQS because the items 
ooidd posubly be stolen prop- 
erty. 

Over $4,390 wortfi of wigs, 
haupieMS aikl wiglets were sto- 
len FrkJ^y night from Hie 
House of Wigs on Vii|inia 
B^tth Boiidevard near the nin- 
xm$ kern P^u» Shoj^ing Cen- 
to-. 

Police said the thieves entered 
the IwUding by removii^ an air 
omditiaAing unit from a rear 
window. "Die air conditioner, 
vaki^ at $100, was also taken, 
poliee laid. ^ 

The vami^ about the door- 
tO'^kxn' >aln was prompted by 
a stanihu' iiKident in Richmond 
when over $40,000 worth of 
stola w^ v^re dbpos«I of in 
Ais manner. 

Detectives Dick Basnif^tand 
Dan iOeelman are invest^tii^. 



ton. Conn. H<»ton and Musk, 
partners in the firm of Marsden 
and Wasserman in Hartford, 
Conn., had attended a business 
conference in Williamsburg and 
were on !heir way home in the 
car driven by Mu^. 

State Police said Raymond 
Baker Vior, driver of the am- 
monia truck, had slowed for a 
flagman as did the Musk car, 
but C^n Brainard driving the 
tractor trailer did not. It hit the 
rear of the car, setting it afire. 
The car bumped the back of the 
ammcmia tniek and then spun 
anHind into the soutM)ound lane. 
Vior's VtwA got clear and he 
was uninjured. Brainard suf- 
fered ^ly bruises. But before 
ftremen arriv^ the flames had 
^MiMimed both the car and trK- 
tor-trailer, and melted a^alt 
on tfie t^Jd^ 

Accordnt^l^ tecNi R. John- 
f(Mi, chi^, engin^r for the 
Bridge-Tunnel Authority, a war- 
nuK was ttcmtA in Northamp- 
ton 'C^nty on the reckkr^ driv- 
hig cftir^ agabHt IHn ftn^i- 
af4 (A VKtnta^ C^rden, Fla. Me 
is Iree «m4er a ^0 bomL 



TDiOT 



BAY^DE — The Bayside 
Baptist Chorch opened their Va- 
catkn Bibk School on M(Miday, 
and it wi c(mc)ude toni^t 
with "Parents <Nl|ht" The ses- 
iUsm were held m the Educa- 
tion Department ci the church 
each day from 9 ant- until noon. 



BEACH NAN HURT 

HAMPTON — Edward H. 
Brehl of Virginia Beach was one 
of two men injured in a 2-car 
collision on Route 64 in Hamp- 
ton Tuesday afternoon in which 
one person wa^ killed, 

Biehl aiKi James Bassfield of 
Norfolk were in a car struck by 
a car driven by Willis Edward 
Jack of Hampton when it jumped 
the medium strip. Jack was 
killed in the collision. 
, Both Brehl and Bassfield were 
laken to Dixie Hospitid in 
Hiynpton. 



CMiiHilates Ask 
Laiif^s' Heln 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Vir- 
ginia Sti^ Senate candidate Bill 
Kellam Mk^ a group of wcnnen 
campai^ workers Thursday at 
thejC^ Cqlcmy Club to s»^ 
port General Assemblyman Wtl- 
iiam H. Ho^es and himself in 
the July 13 Democratic primary 
no that the needs of the Virginia 
Beach and Tidewater area will 
"be heard with one voice and 
with authority." 

In die reapportionment legis- 
lation «uictM last November, 
three state senators are to itpK' 
sat Chesapeake P<vtsmotith and 
Virginia Beach for th^ furst time. 

"I think it is a very good 
thing that we're reaji^rtionnl. 
Our area has been neglected in 
the pa^ and I believe we'll have 
mon^^ecofsition in Rtehmond 
if vye send a man to the Senate 
from each of the three cities," 
Kellam said. 

He i^mded for the chaise 
to said "not one vok% to Rkh- 
mond but three. By woricing to- 
other in unity, I belfa^ our 
area will be semd b^.** 

Kelhum discussed tiMS critical 

Am who 1ft Imable ito |ct jc^ 
(mAb^s of tf^f ctmioe' oe6lw% 




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Ab iBff«rBud nsM coBcttrt bjr 18 participatisf bandU Uanclwd 
the 4tli Arama VinteU 9*mA Miuic pMtival M^t^bf mltmr^iMm. 
All^mM^ M*^ it Am mioAiM 0MUbi^m» Imdl to Im eanealM !>▼ 
hmtwr raiM, Mght rw^tet »»* ewMMt cMapMlUoM eairtfaiMdL 
"nrnWrnOhnl mm awl todl^ wiA • pmrm im at 19 •,». •wl pmoita- 
tiM •! to«^a laaickl. (Steff Rivto by HelmaU) 



ichol^ 
We tm0 .B^-,tl|e increasln| 
<Mmata(li itWh^ edvcation^ 
1ie im. ^e ^dted the M that 
Virginia is 23 pet cent betow the 
naticmal avera^ in m(»iey spent 
per capita to state institutims of 
hi^er learning. 

The Viifinia Be«:h civic lead- 
er em|4orra the ladies to give 
him tiMsir support. He cl<Med his 
remarla by ttianking the ladies 
for taking the time to attend 
the campa^ meetuig. 

Hodges, who has bem in the 
0^»«l AsaemUy fw four years, 
said, "I'm glad to be associated 
with Bill Kellam in this cam- 
paign. Our platforms are al- 
most the same." 

The Chesapeake legislator 
said Ae Tidewater area has a 
great heriti^e but "there is a lot 
to be done that has been neg- 
lected in the past. We have ^iled 
to do all we can in educating our 
children. I stand for qu^ity ed- 
ucation and for a system which 
will fldlow all our children to 
d^dop th»iie1ves to tfieu: max- 
imum potential." 



Ackiss Awarded 
f^nowsblfi 



BLACKSBURG — The Vir- 
ginia Museum of Fine Arts has 
awarded an out-of-state fellow- 
ship to Thomas L. Ackiss <A 
Virginia Beach for studies lead- 
ing toward his master of archi- 
tecture degree at the Graduate 
School df Design at Harvard 
University. 

The $2,000 fellowship has 
the stipulation that Ackiss will 
rettira to Virginia and work for 
one year following completion 
pf'his studies. 

Au:ki$s, the «on o! Mr. and 
Mii. H. C. Ackiss of Rt. 4, Vir- 
ginia Beadi, received his bach- 
elor of architeciars df»ree here 
Sunday <widi i^arly 1,400 other 
Vii^inia Tech graduates. 

Ackiss also received his cc»n- 
Mbtidn as a second lieutenant 
in the U.S. Army Corps of En- 
^em IbM weekend. 

The 23-year-old a>mpleted his 
foor yean of 'milkary in 1964 
but the ccmmiHion was heU up 

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TWO SHIPS COLLIDE OFF OAPE 



HEIKY: ONE ALMOST AfiROlWD 



^RQINIA BEACH — T^ 



battlum h^ seas early Wedn»- 
M»y miMiib^ to pre\^it a tfiny 
d^troyer, the USS Harlle^, 
from goiiv aground o^ 7lk 
Street following a collision wim 
anotfier ship about one and a 
hatf miles c^ Cape Henry. 

The Hartley, operating mt 
of Newport, R,I,, collided widi 
the Norw^ian merchant vessel 
"Blue Master", bound for New 
Orleans, La., about 5:30 a.m.l 

There was no word Wednes- 
day afternoon on how the aa:!-: 
dent occurred. ' 



The Blue Mwter was 

on JBOiJO ptMTt. ~ 

Hie fttivy ilkip was damaged 
on the starboard skie. Extent of 
the damage was not known but 
the ship lost its power and, buf- 
fets! by hq{h winds and heavy 
seas, began drifting in towara 
ahdra. 




the ship se- 
in daiMeiously 



^Khon held 

ured, thoiq^ ._ , 

fallow water, sewral humtr^ 
yards oU 71st &reet. 

By 9 a.m. an 85-foot Coast 
Guard cutter was on the scene 



Sailor Causes Stir In 
Wild Police Chase 



VIRGINIA BEACH — An 
18-year-old sailor, reportedly 
al»ent without leave from the 
Oceana Naval Air Station caused 
,quite a stir in Virginia Beach 
Tuesday morning in a wild inci- 
dent that started with a hit-an^- 
run on Shore Drive and endnl 
with a foot race with police cm 
27th Street. . 

Police have identified the 
youth as Robert E. Irby. Navy 
officials' said he was scheduled 
to report into Oceana at 8 a.m. 
Tuesday, afeout an hour before 
Irby's troubles started. ^ 

Irby reportedly stole a car 
in Norfolk in an attempt to reach 
the base on time. Police said the 
car belonged to William Lae 
Hunter of Tyson Road, Virginia 
Beach. 

The sailor allegedly struck a 
car on Shore Drive and left the 
scene of the accident. Officer 
L. W. Montgomery responded 
to the call on the collision and 
alerted other patrol units to be 
on the look-out for the fleei^ 
car. 

Officer J. J. Waterfield spot- 
ted the car on Atlantic Avenue 
at 50th Street and chased it up 
Atlantic onto Pacific Avenue at 
"speeds exceeding 75 miles per 
hour," he said. 

When Irby attempted to tuziL 
off Pacific at 32nd Street he was 
going too fast, Waterfield said, 
and wrecked the car. 

Tlie sailor then jumped from 
Am cat and started to mn. Wa- 



terfield was joined by $gt. C. H. 
Payne and the two officers pur- 
sue the youth to a wooded Men 
at 27th Street and Arctic Av^me 
where he siutendo-ed quietly. 

Irby hayb^n charged irith 
leaving the scene of an accident, 
reckless driving, resisting arrest 
and reckless driving resulting in 
an accident. 

He win also be turned over to 
Norfolk tor atMltional charges of 
grand larceny for theft of the 
auto. 



DAY CONVENTIOK 
FEATURES DWYER 

NORFOLK — William G. 
Dwyer, National ConMnander of 
the Disabled Amerian Veterans, 
■will be the keynote speaker at 
the State convention banquet to 
be held Saturday at the Mon- 
ticello Hotel. 

The Virginia Beach Chapter 
No. 20 DAV elected four dele- 
gates and four alternates to at- 
tend the 34th Annual Conven- 
tion being held through Sunday. 
Delegates are C. Elmo Lane, 
William E. Green, Macon Sal- 
ter, and Thomas W. Cason. Al- 
ternates an Jamet M. Ramsey, 
Rov Holt. Milkrd W. Ackiss^ 
ami Walter Lee Fergerson. 
. CtfflimAmJg Dwyec -will lay 
a wreath at the Tomb of former 
DAV niatibtf , Go^ral DiMiglas 
hfacArthw, on &inday «t 11 
a.m. at tbe «onclusicai (A the 
DAV aan^ meotorui nrvke. 



finally a(»»mpUsh«d tfiortly aft- 
er nom. 

Standing by during the raMne 
c^ratimis were two On&t Guard 
tugs, a C(Mst Guard IHJWK ud 
aitother Navy destroyer. 

The ships were hampered in 
uieir rescoe^ attempts fair w eX' 
tremely angry sea, whipfwd up 
by Northeaster ^ K^ that 
moved into the area cAl l^^day, 
aad-^ amiriter v^ib would 
sometimes nearly dip from sight 
in the deep swells. 

A heavy <k}wnp<nu' kept the 
beach clear ol spectators during 
the momnig hoitfs but when 
ricies cleared about noon cr<^wds 
of curiMity seekers pthemi 
alpng the shoreline to wa^ the 
rescue operation. ' 

By mid-afternoon the Hartley 
had still not been pulled from its 
anchora^ but Navy officials 
were optomktic diat the rescue 
wcMild uxm be completed. 

Tlie Hartley's crew stayed 
aboard threnighout the day and 
ctffieials said the ship was never 
in any dai^er of breaking up. 
The only apparent danger was 
that it w(MiId go aground if the 
anchor cables snapped. 



Plaza Stations 
Get Approval 
From Counctt 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Chy 
Counil Monday gave its loi^ de- 
lated approval of zoning ampli- 
ations tfnt wfll allow construc- 
tion of two service stations and 
two small shoeing centers in 
Princess Anm Plaza. 

llie af^lkations which al- 
ready had the Planning Com- 
mission's approval, have been 
pending for several moofhs be- 
cause of the opposition of two 
i^ai^y church^. 

AsSin previous meetinp, a 
large delegation ,(rf Prhicess 
Anne Plaza r»idents were on 
hand Mcpday to voice thek dis- 
approval of the MatMH» and 

Lyft"ii%aven 





Ocean Park. 

# PaHcd Mb.ifiratiA 
three nf^roml^ M^ 
&ni{ation EHpartme^ 
500, School Board; Mid ^Vfi, 
^Afalgt iBMitBtei 

# A|^^%^ a vmwrt ftiqjV 
the Tidewater Coin Qrtkj"' 
uig sale of mttkh oi V| 
B^N^'s city seal. 

^.Appointed M^» GuMe, 
Charles KItey and CO«t^ tlUt 
as vMiwn to cmuMn' ^ elo- 
suiB «f «|i, 18-loot wide mittX 
runaiaK liqitli and soMh k^ 
twcen 7Sth and m^ S|MM 
about 320 leet in ;«ii wmtf 
direction from 

# Endowed the 
Civic League's 




piB( oenters and stations 
Qiring nWHiey into the commun- 
^ and 'woiild somewhat offset 
flu low tax rate of the predom- 
AMtttl^MMdentMl a^a. 

Coul^also extenckd ttie 
lorfing'iMl in all arm q- 
&m fnm?WL, to wtt stieel w 
alkMf' swAf from 6 p.m. to 10 
i.i^ Tte 9 a.m. deidline will re- 
auun in die tcnroi dnh^ Iw- 
^mm. 4th ii^ 4(M. TIN rnnhir 
mfi^ area betwe^i 1st and 4tti 
Sbiirt wis continue to be open 

«t^lK»TS. 

& Ottier .acttoi^'(^ttnciI: 

• Tramtferred $13,200 from 
an curlier applanation ios land 

' ition to fte Lynnhaven 
for conrtroction of levies. 
Approf^ted $3,325 for 
^e DirKtor of Public Worts for 
^ painting and operatic of 
tib« city's miniature hoardvndk 

• Amjroved the wttNrawal 
of $3,425 from the Bayside Im- 
I^ovement Fund for the pair 
chase of' a new track for the 
Kempsville M(»qulto District, 
^MMch also serves Bayside. 

• Honored iNorfoflc's requnt 
to commence water service in 





7-11 







LOMDON 
$1^ wa^ ttkM 
h«v at tfaa 7*11 
Me^Road last 

(^ p.m. 

^Hfce said a nMa 
i^tim and forced the 
m^j,L«onaKlM 
^m, 10 unload tb 
itecfisllrefitlerinto 
After this was dooi 
foiled to lie down vm, 
aatfl the maa made h& 

The man has b«di 
t» white, about 35 
abMt five fe«t, 10 
we^ti^be|«reen ICO 
p(xmda, hn«m curly hair and 
tag wwiyitiilnn 

He was wearing a checked 
^hirt, khidci iiants and dark 
1^1^. police said. Thoignn be 
euriedjws an autoOMflt phtol 
"problii^ • .45 calibef^, 




Lotus Queen. CandiJates 




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WEDDINGSt 




„_^^ _, 3 

TanwB Mm ftedftan became 
tke kfVk of CbcU SaoHMl Ar- 
wrid, I|I, <n Juae 4 at 1 p.m. in 
Dttke mtvei^ Ou^kI. Dr. 
Mm Wood llo^» of Spartan- 
lw^.$.C %m4 the HikWof 



The brufe ii llw daii^ter of 
Mbr. aMd Mrs. LaMtnoe Otawav 
Bmm^ of 5001 TM^ Road. 
VI^Hfo «ia^, and the bride- 
! it ^ Ida of Mr. aad Mfs. 

f A^, tte Mde irat Mtendtd 
to. Mm ^d(^ MaMa as 
m Mi ii horn. ftrMes- 
^^ ir^ I M i tm bwe of 
,^^Mi, O^^fa^nmey Orecor 
^if i# ttailM, 1%aM, Mer^ 



ocHBRn of the brkfe; Lricelia'Vao 
BaHoD WUte of Vngintt B^ch, 
Saan Ccrimvy Brennan, tisM of 
the bride; and Ga^le Vii|^ia 
l^eoian, uiotba- sistcf oT die 
Mde. 

Hie Md^oooi's £^h» was 
bat man. Ushers were Wittlani 
Wiffiberiy td Saint Gefitfe, 
S.C.; W^ley Or^ory of An- 
d«90B, S-C; I^vMi Stiu^y (A 
Floroioe, S.C.; Rkhard Uoyd 
oi Oiarlotte, H.C., ooiuin of 
farid^^txxn; H e n r v Walter 
Sfaiidi of Floreiice^ tC., cou- 
sin (tf brM^ooai;-afid Ronald 
Nelaoii of Atlanta, Georgia. 

71^ r«xpti(» vm held in 
Hxk Tar ttoteU Dorliaai. 

tb^ wed(£Bg tiis wu to 
WilUtt^HI. Va. ma Scot. 
1, die 00^^ iM be m JMke 
Univer^ la Dwiiui. 




KEM^SVILLB — Tht 
Ke^ps^Na Oar^a Ovk keld 
Itt annoaJ installation dinner re- 
^Btly at the nne Ti%tf Inn. . 

Mrs. John W, Moo^ was in- 
staikd^ {tfsldaot,by Ua. H. 
F. Tyto, the club's tirst jwroi- 
d«at. Mt$, J. C Liil^, first vics- 
{»es»ent| Mrs. W. A. SuUmp, 
second vice^^ns^nt, Mn. V^. 
iey Hardvoo, ij^dii^ le^e- 
tary, Mn. R. J. jpiiuiihries, cd^ 
responding ^ae^htfy and Mrs. 
K. A. Hoi^dl, treasurer. 

O^rsain' were ||i<^pd by Mn. 
Arthur H. Gallaghu', and Mrs. 
fi. L. Byrd won tfie high awwL 
Blue riboons wne awarded Mrs. 
Moore, Mrs. Tyler, Mrs. Slall- 
ings, Mrs. Humi^ri^, Mrs. 
Hardismi, Mrs. H. C. Lilley and 
Mrs. H. D. Pu^. RmI ribbons: 
Mrs. C. A. B^nforth and Mrs. 
W. E. Siiflctt 

The sweepstake awaitk far 
the year were given to the fol- 
lowiag: In tlw artistic arra^e- 
ncat cta», Mrs. Bamforth, nia- 
ner up Mn. Moore and Mrs. 
Stalhi^, In the horticulture 
\^ Mrs. Moore; and for mvm 
class, ^toi. H T. Aydlette. 

V 

M^ ^0ett, retirifli pi%si- 
deM. 1^ tmmned wkh a silver 
and €xffim%emU a ^ frmn the 
club. 

Mn. Mo^e anaouaced the 
Mkraiag ^te cd (XMbmittee 
dlafiraMh for the 1965-«6 year. 

jfo^puo, Mrs. Lilky; exhibit! 
aad Judges, Mrs. ^dli^; hai' 
pttM^ and Iv^tessM: Mm 
Aa«4eith; cards and fk)wa% 
hto. W. O. Scales; hbtorian md 
Mh. E. L. ^id; 
, Mrs. Bar! D. De- 
ymrboak. Mis. Mooic; 
Mrs. Andrew i(te- 
eooervatiQi^ Miss Anne 
piHil^ ganlra ft^B9fy, Mrs. H. 
D. H^ mtmAmn^, Mrs. J. 
J. Bateman; pholofr^her, Mrs. 
M. M. Gr««cwy; Ubrariaa, Mrs. 
H. T. Aydlette; teie^ne, Miss 
Kathlwn O'Rourke, finance and 
bud^i Mrs. Tykx, cMnmunMy 
|«roj«^, Mrs. Shifiett. 

Ntal. ^iflett preseirted ^ 
dub with a book for the library, 
•*Fl^«er Arran^fflMots for Spe- 
eWd 0(^ast(»s". 





MRS. RICHARD CAMI^ OXMMIAN H 



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VmOI^IA BEAOi -^ Rdn- 
ald Edward Colsen of 3521 
^aaeii-St., gradwied last week 
itfim Purdue University with a 
bM:bel^ in dectricid ei^iaeerii^ 
degree* 



Affi$. HARPER 

SHAFipii— . HARPER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Joan Winslow Shaffer, daughtn^ 
of Chester Lewis Shaffer and- 
Mi«. Nfarjorie Ful(d»er X3iitty, 
became the bride ol Raymond 
Burton Haiper on June 9 in 
Elizabeth City, N.C. The bride- 
gro(»n is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Ga^e Buil(» Ha^r, Jr. ol 
521 ChesOpeian Trail. 

'. "l^\x'uki W4^ a smaplfi' wbite 
J d^ and earned ir 'boili4ui[|. of 
1 Wute drchidl Serving aa oest 
man was the bridegroom's 'fath- 
er, George Burton Harper, Jr. 

After a wedding trip to Ocean 
City, Marylai^, the couple will 
live in Virginia Beach, 



CALLOWAY — GOODMAN 

VIRGIWA BEACH — The 
wedding of Mas Bmie Lou 
Calkmay to Akterd Catnpe 
Goo<kQan took pU^e &uM|ay alt- 
»noon irt ^ bride^on^s 
home on Goo^eed R<Md. Lew- 
is E. South, K^rrii^ C^aoMf- 
sioner of ViigMi Bei^, p«tl- 
formed tlie crttmoay m tiie 
presence oi tmmiy and frtoids. 

The brMe is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bower Callo- 
way of J^ferscHi, North Caro- 
lina, and the brkl^^Kaa u the 
K» of Mis. David H. Gaadoian 
and the late Mr. Ooodaaa ol 
Norfolk aad Vkgtiita Beach. 

After tke <^enony, a ftmiily 
dmner was held at the residence 
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 
Goodman <mi Goodspeed Road. 

A «ffliWnatioa hba^moon 
ami safari iato Africa kenned 
by the coaple for me latter part 
of August throu^ Sejrtember. 

They are m 
dei^ in Vir^i^ 



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School is out! Summer t» 
here! The voice of the "Y" may 
be l^ard in all the land. It's 
caUiiw all women and girls to: 
SWIMMING OLASSES, 
GOLF CLASSES. 
TENNIS OLASSEii 
Y TEEN CX>WERfiNCT, 
AMD 

Y -mBN aiAiSEs 

(Good Groomiii^ 
Bridge, 
Sewing, 
Cooking, 
Tennis). 
For inoimation call the Vir- 
ginia Beach YWCA Office — 
428-8228. Summer (^<x hours 
a(e 8 a.m. - 4 p4n. 
Worth Sharing; 

A SkMR brihM*s Pn^er 
"G^teat Sjririt, h^ me never 
to judge aiK^hnr until I have, 
for t^m) wetki, vndked in his 
mo^asins" 



NEEDLEWORK GUILD 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 

Virginia Beach branch of the 
Needlework Guild of America 
was represented by Mrs. Glenn 
Dill, )M-esident, and Mrs. Ernest 
Armstrong, director, at the 80th 
annual convention held r^^entlyl 
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 

On^ of the functions of the 
Needlework Guild is to collect 
clothii^ and linens to be used 
during emergencies to n^y 
families. Just recently, the Vir- 
ginia Beach branch of the Guild 
went to the aid of a local family 
who were burned out of their 
home and left with nothing ex- 
cept the clodies on their backs. 
The GuUd, along with others, as- 
sisted the Red Cross in obtaining 
the necessary items. 

To beome a member of the 
Virginia Beach branch, of the 
NewBework Guild of Aaierica, 
it is necessary only to give two 
or more new articles a year. For 
furtl»r information regarding 
the Guild, all the president, Mrs. 
Din, at 428-9028. 



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1737 ymomk biach blvd. 

PHONE 428-3246 

Proudly announces the appointment of 

MR. CHARLES OF PARIS 

AS HEAD OF OUR INSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT 

MASTER HAIR DESIGNER 

INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN 

AND 

WORLD SUPRE/AE AWARD WINNER 

all work supervised by ^. Charles 

(Feerfree to consult with Mr. Charles on your 
^ particular hair problem) 

HAIRCWrl;... $1.00 SHAMPOO A SET. 

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^^^IfiaAl ON TUmON THIS MONTH OHLf 

J, ' t ,.. . no appointment necessary * •^^- 
^-fe^%pen til 10 P.M.-Saturday 'tir^ P.M. ~ 
^work ptrf armed by ifudents only) 

JANAT BEAUTY ACADEMY 

1274 N. Milhtry Highway Wione 855-2061 



MRS. BERNARD F. RIVERS Jr. 





KfiVOLE (— RIVERS 

vmOINIA BEACH — Miss 
Taylor KeviUe and 
fxmtifM Riven, Jr., ex- 
wws Monday morniaf 
btt^citl Mass 
SeaCfttkoIic 
Rev. Father Ed- 

OSlQalBBi 

» the dgiigliter of 

dad Mrs. Wonhington S. 

c of Vbfkia Beach. 

«rM)m is (M BOd d MGf. 

BeraanL F. RiVtes of 

iff marmge by her 
ie had Mb* Sutaa 
1, of McLean, as 
It. Miss Katheriae 
>inas, (rf Fairfax, 

{ant 

Falls 



Mrs. Rivers, Jr. is a senior 
in Industrial Arts Education at 
Viipwa ft^lliiliiiii lastittle. 
Tke biMesnlm ta a somt at 
V.P.I, ia ittiid^ Omstructim. 
Both ptett te areata in Jl««a, 
1906. 



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vith a 

rtlside in 
trip 



NOtRQUC — 13ie iM^t 
mtetiqg ei ite TMkwat^ ^Iflise 
Society wW be l^Ul &ioday rft< 
emoon ^ 3 ]>.m. af te Ibtne of 
George Bpaoey, coasulting ro- 
sanaib at 6U^ Sttidtey Av«Mie 
a Brliftwitm In caac of raia, Iba 
meeting will be beM at th^ bo- 
*—*""' gaideas. 

sgxa^y lias about four twa- 
dyi4..ftiif8 itt his format aadjik- 
formal rose gardens. 

Oiiest speal:<r wUT be W. B. 
Harrison^ past president of the 
Raae Society, and he will leaiit 
aiii<(k«noostrate how to "Gf^ 
Rmcs lor Show". 




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A TRIBUTE TO FATHER 



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Shower him with gifts in the best of taste 
chosen from tempting selections , of : 



SCrrs & SPORTS C0A3B ^ by 

XBOUS^RS^ WALK SfiOBTS, SWDIWEAB by 

fiBnnaNGs ^ ,: by 



• Nomum Hihon 

• Soul^ivict 

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Open Friday Nigk 'Til Nim 



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>»HOPS FOR THE LADIES AND THEIR DAUGHTERS 

{ MONOGRAMMtNCH! 

We are able to give monogrammintj senntc nnthin 
one week,. Your name or initials in the lettering of 
your choUe on the item you choose. 
$1.(}0 a letter or 

.50 a letter if, merchandise ' 

is purchased at Rose Hall 

Open Monday & Friday evenings til 9 p.m. 
3133 Va. B««ch Mvd. Va. BMch, Virginia 



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' selection of 

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•^Bathing Suits' \ 
;• Slacks , 

• Bermudas 

• Shirts i^-^^ 



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• Coulotfes 

• Dresses ^ ., 

• Shellf / 

• Skirts ! 

Shifts V3I 
Accessoiles 

Brands Availabk! 






FMDAY Q 
NIGHT... 11^ PJM. 




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Powntowti N orfolk 



From CM»t to cout ywr^ mni 
crave WHITE LEVI'S most BecauM 
«mTE LEVI'S fit better, look beliBr 
and wear better! Cool in lehool- 
giBat on a date-tops for jual piaiii 
loafing. You'll want a coMpIt of 
pairs-80 cwne in now^ttim*!! 
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Mr. aMl Mn. Robot. ML 

Walker announce ths ott^ of 
(heir sec(Mid chiM. fifst tmi^ 
Rot)ert Gn^ry, on Ju^ ll at 
Virginia BcKh HcMpital. Mn. 
Gref(M7 U the f<Mnim Mti^tk 
SwKtwaod ci Alv«rioi^ West 
Vi^nit, dau^i^ of Mr. anl 
Mrs. Carl A. Sweetwood oi Tt* 
tusvUle, Florida. Mr. WiAer ft 
the son of Mr. and Mn. Robert 
A. Walker of Lofldon teUfe. 

Sgt. and Mn. WIIHain iik- 
ChiK Bailev announce the bM 
(rf Marietta • liater, Lucye How- 
ell BaHey, bom June ISth ait 
Wonmck Army Hotplul, Fort 
Br^g, N.C. Mn. Bailey, is ^ 
daughter of Mr. and Mn: F^n- 

cis Geiger of Virginia ll^i^. 

* • * • 

Mr. and Mn. Carl ^w^ 
Sells of Charleston, S.C., for- 
merly of Virginia Beach, an- 
nounce the birth of their fbtt 
child, a daughti:r, ^eri Jean, 00 
June 1 in Virginia Beach Wm- 
pital. 

Mn. Sells is the former Kath- 
erine Ardehna Peck, dtv^ter 
of Mrs. Thomas J. Peck aad 
the late Mr. Peck. Mr. Sells it 
the son of Mr. and Mn. Chri 

Henry Sells of Nyssa, Orefon. 

* • • • 

Mr. aMMn. Scott Brown are 
r«:eivinK^ngratulati«it on tte 
their first child, a girt 
c Leigh, at tlw Vti||Bia 
hmpital on Juiw 8di. 
Mn. Brown is the former 
Karen Kingsley, daughter ol 
Lt. Cmdr. (ret.) and Mn. El- 
wood Kinsley of Norfolk and 
Mr. Brown is the son of Mr. ai^ 
Mn. William .Callaway Brown 
of Viiginia Beach. 



birth. 




ECEIVES 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Maiy 
R. McGhee of Viiginia Beara 
graduated recently from Ohio 
%ate Univenity with a l^dielor 
of scienM in odtication. 



Mr. and Mn. Gaither f^ew- 
nam of 11 25 Ivy I>rive have re- 
turned hom& after attend^ ^ 
S6th annual convention of ^ 
tary International held recently 
in Atlantic City, N.J. 



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iiwiell MNti 

, BaVSIDE — The Presidentt 
Council of Tidewater tNst^ 
PederatioQ of WoAioi's Clnbs 
met recently at the Portsm(Miih 
Woman's Qub with the Oiurch- 
land W(»naa*i Club at iMStteu 
fan the "wotthq}" and lunch- 
eon. 

Mn Cam Fanner, of this 
Ocean Park Woman's Qub, and 
^reii<knt of the council^ presided 
it the meeting. The opening ici- 
aibo was devot«i to the "work- 
4iop". Tlie club women heard 
(Hmct proi«:t dnirmen lay 
ground ffotk. for the new year's 
work. 

Mn. A. B. WiUia, district 
ip»mffluiiity in^roVtment chair- 
man, reported that with the ex- 
cision of 12 dute, all Tide- 
water affiliates have entered 
their two y«r "Cwnmunity Im- 
provements Promts" in the dis- 
Uict comDetition. Protects should 
be comi^eted by Felmiary and 
Imported \o her {hIot to that 
time. 

Mn. Oim Farmer, district 
pmt book vaA scrap book chair- 
man, talked on the press books 
ud torap books. 

Mn. R. J. Vellines, district 
Rne arts chairman, rep(Mted re- 
visions and clarifications made 
by the past state convention 
^eraing Iwt arts entries ih 
club, district and state judging. 

Mrs. Leroy Isbel^ district 
crafte chaifman, talk^ on thie 
rules for next year's Crafts com- 
petition both at club, district and 
ttite level. 

Five ciulM were weio^med in- 
to the council from the Easterp 
Store. Mn. Gilmer Dunton c^ 
the Young Woman's Club of 
Cape Charies; Mn. S. J. Wilkins 
of Eastern Shore Woman's 
Chib and Mn. Everett Daisey, 
Woman's Cbb of Accomac 
Coiui^. 

The Junior Woman's Club of 
Aco(mac Qnmty ai^ N(^- 
hamptcMi Ominty W(mian*s Cub 
have ako been invited to join 
die coiuidl. 

FoUo#ii4 the worktop a 
hnK^tecm '«ifms ter^d and the 
following new oflteera were in- 
attiled by Mrs. Looy M»U: 
pittldent. Mri- famef W. 3old- 
iBg, Jr., immediatepast {»^id»it 
of the Woman's Qfib ojt f<i&h 
moo^; vice f^idlmt, Mrs. H. 
B. ^c^. imtiie^ate past pres- 
fileftt ol die Biqrskie Jtmk» 
Woman's Oub; secretary tieas- 
ui«r, Mn. DeWitt S. True d 
t&t Woman's Qub <rf Oiurch- 
faoid. 

Mn. Loray R. Amorey, dia- 
trict chairman of the Valley 
l^ge Medal of Honor Gn^e, 
<&played the flM kitt diat many 
of the dub are sellii^. AU pro- 
oaeds are going to tiM Medal oi 
llonor Grow hi Valley Foige 
ftiuiaytvanb, #iere each sute 
hM one «» «f ^id nd will 
pknt trees cai ^ acre fai mem-> 
otty of the Meal M Maaat te- 
d^nts Cr»p tneir Mates. Ilie 
trCM wUl bave a metal plaqiie 
on tfwm with dw man's namte 
aad rank on it. Virginia has 60 
Medal <rf Honor winnen. 



VUGIMA mm SMN, tllursday, June 17J96S 



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BY OIGA EDWAKI» 




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k POINT TO wdkkWBk 



WImB JTOS'BBJT 

here's an impmrtmmt 
"iMiiit" to rateMiitM't: 
every Ataa Caawdl;^ pot 
icy we recoiasMiid ft 
backed Inr T.t^Pir. 
sonal Sernei." P.S. tfMiHl 
coutiumag pcrsoMl aCtai^ 
tioB to year needs, bahM 
and after bes occ iiia 
from counseiiM to clalaa 
settlMonta. Call oa 



Bavalior Jn. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
OkValier Jui^ Wtunan't Chib 
win give « jHe^ of equipment 
tsot^mg at ieatt $800 to d^ 
Oudio Pulfmoary Laboratory 
pliinned for Tidewater. 

Club memben >wtod to do- 
Vute the e<mi|Nnent afKf hnr 
big Tit. W. F. Muri^y, bead of 
tiiK Caidio Puhnonarv Labora- 
ttiy Institute Committee, out- 
M» pMuis for die ikw laboratory. 
Voluhteen from die dub wul 
ako help in the Cardk) Pul- 
monary Oink on a r^ular 
basis. 

Caval^ is the lint civic ot- 
giMization to donate money ami. 

I ^^'^^ ^ ^^ ^^*^ facility. Ef- 
lora^% continuing to raise the 
a0Ky needed to opm a well- 

t^^pped laboratory by mid- 
flwnmer. 



(Left le right) Mr*. J. B. Hall, Alien Deaaaboe, Hr*. 

Saturday n^t at the Capes 1 
was to be die <^>ening of die 
Sidewalk Cafe but the weather 
had anodier idea. The rain kept 
the people inside but it did not 
dampen the ftin. Frank Brown 
and his band surely kept die 
crowd danciiig. 

Mr. and Mn. Wywihan 
Wnmm and Mr. and Mn. WU- 
Haa ttQ'My were celebrating 
their we^iqg anniversaries. It 
was the seventeenth for die 
BtoWns and fourteenth for the 
Haycoxet. W, aai Mn. Aaik 
East, Mia. BImmm SlaHMC^ of 
Oklahoma and WBiafea Hector 
were die guests at die celebra- 
Uon. « 

WoHdng on Party Line at 
times becomes quite amusing. In 
trying to get names of the people 
at different tables Saturaay 
ni^, one man said, "Yoxx d(»i't 
want die names irt this table 
because we aU are man and 
wtfe." I am not sure whedio: 
they were feelii^ sorry for them- 
selves or that Flirty Line shtntld 
be ^si^ Line. 

Those seen at t^ Capes were: 
Mr. «|d Mrat Raanr SfeMk, Mr. 
Mad Mr*. PM U«i, Ulr. iad 
Mra. Bad Fafcawfc, Mr. aiai Mr*. 
■OR nnaSf iw. ^■a nai. rvai 
MoiiMMM. Mr. aad Mn. Slavt 
Hoa^y, Mr. 8«d Mrs. WHan 
iOidr, Mr. hM Mn. Jany Urn- 
al^, Capt. aiad Mia. W. G. 
Beyer aiid Dr. aari Mra, John 
IMfy. 

^ytancr was sdll being served 
to «xi» ot die crowd, k> rather 
disji dbttirb diem, I waited till 
all^ f^re through eating befm-e 
taking pictures or trying to get 
more names. I will say the Capes 
(^rttiidy has a lot of out of town 
penile but this is easily uader- 
iHooA. tlie cliib is quite nice 
and every<Hie is to friendly. 

Othen swn were: Mr. 
Mn. Jolni Wool, St., Mr. and 
Mi^ KooOTt Crow, Mr. asd Mra. 
Lcoiiara Omasa, Mr. and Mra. 
laas PtbcB, Mn. Cwnnlaga 
Gml, Wak H. Slo«t of Rich- 
mMKl. Mr. and Mrs. R. Gorai- 



Rebert WiUea and CbariM ' Mlri«M. 
(Pk«t« by Ed^wdk) 




J. J. 1^1, Mr.. 



Cbaries Bargaa* a 
(Pbote by 



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EdwM^) 



Alanton Homes Visiteil 



> *By Mae Tippo 

Sini Correiq^oiidenl^= 

VIRGINIA BEACH ii^ 
recent viut u^ die Alanton iKMnet 
open for the WashiMton Cathe- 
<fral tour was a satistying one. 




Mm mmrn wmnmim 



KEL1.AM - EATON 

Insunma CiMpmy 

3111 PACING AVE. - VIROINIA BEAOI 
428^161 

»4064 PRINCi^S ANNE RO. - CITY HAU 

(1)426-5600 



LYNMiAVEll GC 

LYNNHAVBN — The final 
asaadi^ <^ di^ year kn die 
t^mdiaven Gardra d^b ' vras 
WA at die Pnabvterian diurch 
tintt a covered dwi j^mk:. 

Awards were prfesenttsd to 
Mn. C. W. Jem^an in die ad- 
vanced dflss and to Mn. W. E. 
Smith in die Novk% class. Mn. 
if. Billiqis leceived die h^est 
Kwicd hi bnitcu^ire. 

Btee rtt)beR atmhli for cc^- 
aiMBa were ^rasea^ to hfrs. 
iAipa, Mn. Jntigan, Mn. W. 
It fti^ Jr., 1^. John Potter, 
Mrs. Dean P(Mer, and Mn. 
Oirtis I^d. 



fey^ Dr. and Mn. Tboinas Ho»- 
Um, ftfr. and RftB. M. A. Wlrtft, 
A^. and Mbs. Hdnsfd ManMB. 
Afr. and »ba. McUdn WMttlcr, 
Ir., Mr. and Mm. Thoana Rkdi- 
arts, CoL and Mrl. Rabart Ear^' 
ly ef Hawaii, Mr. and Mn. A. V. 
Daal, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Ke- 
vUte and Mr. Md Mn. H. M. 
Ik^wra. 

Leaving die Cap«t, curiosity 
todc us to Seaside Park to see 
the Canaries. Belies me when I 
say the pl«» was really packed. 
Hie Canaries will be here all 
MUnmer so sneak away some 
n^ and see then. I think you 
WM really get a kkk out di 
listening to their music and 
watdiing die boys and girls 
dancing. 

CHOSEN ORIERTATIOK 
LEASER 

ViGmiA BEACH — Gin- 

Sr Olivw, daughf^ of Mr. and 
n. ^tJtsAty E. Oliver, 4317 
Witt^duck Rd., \a& been se- 
lect^ a Training Group Leader 
for FrMbman Orientation at 
Raa^^A-Macon Woman's Col- 
\tgit. 

A rising senior at Randolph- 
MaciHi, she will meet regulaiiy 
with a group of 10 or 12 fresh- 
men next fall in an effort to 
h^ ^offoi beocme betto^. ac- 
qulintod widi college life. 

'nainl^ Group Leaden and 
anistaM are sdected an the 
basis dt general <»pahility and 
littered in die coUege.' 



Tfie ganlto of 
C^vis OT Woodhoilse Road, 
slopM down to die bay at die 
widestpart of this inland water- 
way. Tnc garden origmally was 
die yard of the old Woo&ouse 
ftucn, property grant to Henry 
Wwdhouse in 1637, and then 
0]^ncd by die McCullough's. Al- 
anton was named for McCul- 
lough's son AMan. 

ula the spring die T>vm gar- 
den abounds with colorful ca- 
tq^Uas, azaleas, red bud trees, 
(li^ood and wisteria, and a 
tree diat is 200 yeai^ old is die 
topic c^ conversation. 

.At die home of Mrs. P. ^A. 
Agelstro,, Jr., on McCuUodgh 
L^e, we were gradously re- 
ceived and invited to tour her 
lovely place. There were climb- 
iiig sweetheart roses, camelias, 
pink weigelia, white spirea, bri- 
dal wreath, Rosemary, mock 
qrange, native yellow jasmine 
vines, burfurdi hollys, ba^rry, 
black .pines, ilowerii^ peach 
trees, flo^^ring Quince, Abella, 
native M^e, coral honeysudde 
and manyyother fine shrubs and 
trees overlooking die Linkhom 
Bay. 

Edgeix^xid, on Woodhouse 
Road, the home of Mr. and Mn. 
W. Etamet Kyle, is the cMest of 
the four gardens, having been in 
die making for forty years. Mrs. 
Kyle is a rosarian and a member 
of the flfidewater Rose Society, 
having a large coUeptipn of tea 
roses, floribundas, climbcre and 



I old fashion rmes faa fte ^den. 
Mr. and Mn. Oiai^ '^ug- 
hiff, on dieir aland gardlHi A 
Woodhouse Ro^, ovm mf^ 
eral acres. Natural tra& wM 
along die shore. In die wooch ate 
informal gankns and !!» di- 

GARIIWAICC 

BIRDNECiC — The Ci^W 
Garden Qub of Binfaet^ Mfac 
held itajWiual lunc^Mpuidi loK 
8di atm Bay Vm^omtm. 
Mn. Donald DoUeiia^ilt li^ 
Gordon Potter were ^^«nm». 

MTs^ Robert Webb iM|: 
J. A. Myen, two neHhi 
and Mn. RuascU CUml 
were wdQom^ i^^ 

'Mrs. frnn J. Ujw», 
ytsry inip^Mtve readi^ 
CliA's ^tivities duri^ 
year comi»ring them to a 
sive fkTwfr arr wnga a fiait -X - -f* 

Some of the most <»bfei«qbg 
activities were: a caiKty MJe; 
participation in the Ccms^^ 
Garden Clubs' f>rajects >mii 
included die beautHfea&MtW^ 
grounds <A the new OomwH Htoa- 

pital of Virp^ Bea(^-«ttd#« 
Spring F1qw» Shew fa|:^v^ 
the Cardinal Garden O^ lie- 
ceived hcmoraUe mentk^ Jor 
its formal tea taUb; Chn^iMa 
welfare; beautificatlon |^0|b^ 
in Birdn^k Point; and a Chtte- 
mas Cocktail Party. 

Precedii^ the luacteon, Mrs. 
Reeves E. Jdinson entolaiaad 
at a sherry j^rty at ha home 00 
Cardinal R(^. 

Mn. WaltK Beaman, praa^ 
dent, announced diat dw^^b 
will resume its activitiea Im'vf^ 
tober. 





(Loft to riffirt) Mn. WiHiam H. JHA,.it, wiAi^lM. 
oader Oobma, daofbtmr of tho ericin^ owa«r. V(*n* PiillJ 



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T^ Vir^nia 8m<^ Sun would like to «nd th« %p»^ w<t^ whk^ a drMm has 
tak» rtMi of^^unity »o wakome official^ b««f» trin#orm«d Into a raallty b^s note 

and ac«>lad««. ht last we have a bos|»ital 
G^ (Mr \my own ca^^l* of takir^ eare 
of a \m9» numbfr c^ persons, regardless 
of tt^e maMy. No bnger must we rely on 
services provided by ^k)^folk hospitals 
after a twenty mile trip. The old hospital 
has done an excellent job In the past. We 
do n@f. Iftean to disregard its efforts. Un- 
fcNrtvHiately space limitations there pre- 
vent^ the ultimate In hospital care as we 
n the planning can now expect. The old fiospital, however, 
will not be retired. It will cx>ntinue to serve 
the community as an annex to the tm^f 
buildlTMil- 

We ^e proud of our new hospital, and 
w^»n Governor Harrison, the principal 
speaker at the dedication ceremonies, offi- 
cially dedicates it, w^ know we will feel 
even more pride. We hope as many of our 
citizens as possj^e will be on hand for the 
ceremonies an^ will tak^ advantage of the 
open house ^urs during the weekend. We 
believe all should see the ne w hoy 1 ^1 tp 
appreciate it fully. 



a new n^w«3*r of our community. WiMMn 
dedkatkwi (»r«mmMii take plac» this 
Saturday aftwtwon, the new General, Ho$- 
l^tal erf V^inki Beach will take its plaoe 
in our dty, and will stand as a facHity of 
which all of us can be rightfully proud. The 
dedicatlcHi c»rj»nony unnot tell the whole 
sl^. Ai dignitarfes and private citizens 
stoLl^^e this munificent ^ifice and 
a ^p wc^ ar^ spoken, almost forgotten 
arflL the Iwig hcH/rs ^)ent 
an^ o»isfructi|n st^^. Only #«t fine 
pr<^k|Ct offw^ mute testimony h> the 
effm^ of the untold hundreds of persons 
r^^i^MMbie for' its oimpletion. from the 
aroiitects, th« d^ta-actors and the laborers 
to th<»e who contributed time and money, 
all are In^ortant. And we wish to offer 
oiir ^r4cs to everyone who had a hand 
In #w S4X3Q^f ul urKlertaktng. 

Fhrst of all, ttie new ho^tal is a beauti- 
ful building, ft Is well designed for future 
exparwon, ^^ch we are certain will come 
in the mat too distant futuri. It Is a fine 
addition to the s<»nery alc^g First Colonial 
Ro«i. irwcb h housed the most nrKxilern 
equipment of any hospital In the area, all 
•at in mc^ tasteful decv. Physically it is 
a dr^um co«ne tru0 kx Virginia teach. But 
tNtf Mr on^ a small part of the story. The 
iwvlc^ to be offered there so far exceed 



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nt wu. wnr you* 

(NINTH IN A SEWfiS ON COMMUNISM) . - 

LEST WEFOR(mT4! 

"Promi^ are like j^t Cfmt, ou^ to be broken." "It woidtf 
be mad and mtntnal to tie one's hand by entering into an agrei- 
mptt of any permanence with anybody. — V. I. LENIN 

"Word* have so relation 



of dJfdMiuKy is 



so relation to actions — otherwise what ikiad 
it? WfM-ds are one tWt^f, iKrtions another. ^lOoA 



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Tfie Virginia Be«:h &>n^fso wishes to 
thank its advertisers who have participated 
In this special hospital edition.* Through our 
newspl^r, they have again shown their 
faith in Virginia Beach. A pwtion of thfe 
advertising revenue in this special edition 



Jte m facility that it is almost beyond «» ^»"« contributed to the hospital. 



€xw|pr#»nslon. An expertly capable staff 
Kki }mm ^MsembM, ^ad«d % the offi- 
ce adMMatr^, Eart Willis. And'th«t is 
the ir^gt«%if^ part of the story. 

The mm h^ftel is prdbably as mu^ 
ne«^KJ for tlw fast-gr<HA^ing city of Vir- 
ginia Beach as any other single facility. We 
a«% glad It is finished artd ready for use. 
Tite r%eed has been evident for some time. 



W4 also wish to thank the officials of 
the hospital A>r helpir^ us with ^is edi- 
tion, by provkling interesting stories. They 
have beeA most helpful toward iha publi- 
catior) of this edition. . 

Virginia Beech n<^Ar has a new mem- 
ber of the community ... Its brand new 
general hospital. We welcon^ it and pay 
tribute to all who have made it possible. 



Mow To Enjoy Paytas Taxos 



The tftte may be somewh^ deceiving, 
but we feel that tf» residents of Virginia 
f^i should, at least, have the benefit 
,0 ^(*me interesting tax facts that have 
^ne WJr way. hk> one is ever expected to 
«i|oy paying taxes, but perhaps the fol- 
low^'ng infornrmtion can ease the pain. 

The city of Virginia Beach, when com- 
pyed with nineteen other major cities In 
Virginia, has the lowest real estate tax. The 
't«K Mite &% a twenty thousand dollar mar- 
ket value bc^ne in Virginia Beach is 
1164.16. Hie assessed value is $7,200, or 
^6% of iKlWfJ yalue. The assessed tex 
^ice stat^ atx»^e Is imputed at an aver- 
se $2M per hundred dollar valuation* 
This f^^ffe has been arrived at by averag- 
ing the dffforent tax rates in th^ several 
ughs, ranging from $2.10 to* $3.(W. 

i^w, let's look at the other end of the 
scale. C>i rtie same house, the tax in Rlch- 
mmvi is $357,20 or 95% of actual value. 



taxed at a rate of $1.88 per hundred dol- 
»lar valuatk?n. fn Portsmouth the figure is 
$300.00 on the sante twenty thousand 
dollar home. And In our neighboring city 
of Norfolk, the figure is $252.00. 

We are glad to be able to say that Vir- 
ginia Beach has the lowest average tax 
rate of twenty major cities in the state. 
Eventually we feel certain that the fry- 
ing tax rates in the boroughs, necessirated 
by special borough debt prior to merger, 
Will be abolished, and one rate will a|^y 
throughout the city. And when it does, 
we believe that Virginl^ Beach will stHI 
be on the bottom of the scale as far as the 
assessed tax is concerned. 

So, for those who would rampleln about 
taxes, take a look at the cold hard facts. 
The real estate tax is cheaper in Virginia 
Beach . . . just one more reason why it's 
a good place to live. 



King Forllls Diy 



' "Jli#8fiw weilS'a^,HMe devoted space to say we're thankful that there is a special 

on this page to Mother on her day, so day on the Gregorian calendar for us 

common courtesy demands that we give fathers. We appreciate the recognltlor^ 

equal time to Dad this week to pay tribute ev^n if we sometimes have to pay for the 

to his day. It's probaWy a good thing that gifts. We appreciate the presents too, even 

D^ gets his own day this time of the if they happen to be bubble gum, ice 

year. If it came any earlier or any later, he cream, candy, or a loud tie we will only 

couldn't afford to give the kids enough wear once to please the famify, 
money to buy his Father's Day gift. He'd Father's day is that day of the year when 

still be paying on Christinas bills if it came Mom and the kid« take Dad out to eat, 

earliei, or be preparing for Christmas bills,^ (and he pays the bill). And it is the day that 



if it came any later. 

From personal observation in our own 
home, we feel that fathers are, for the 
most part, a lucky breed anyway. After we 
have spent a trying day over a hot type- 
writer in the office all day and arrive at 
home wilted and problem-ridden, it is a 
wonderful thing to have our two-year 
old scream with delight, emit a cheerful, that one dav. it wi 



Hi, Daddy", and plant a wet, candy-sticky 
klsis on our cheek. So if we rhay, we'd like 



he is a wa kened \\hA a iittte earlier by ev^ i 
exuberant children who just, can't wait to 
wish him a =Haf^ Fa^her*s Day. 

We fathers, as a group, should be happy 
to get up a little earlier and to pay the bill 
for that meal in a restaurant. Because on 
Father's Day, Dad is King for the day. And 
maybe, if the kids continue to honor us 

ast all year. But even 



if it doesn't, it's nice 
for one short day. 



to be remembered 



Here Comes Summer 

Just for the record, sumnr^r ^arrives Sunbathing is a happy' aad somnolent 
before we go to press again. Officially, it pleisure. But too much exposure can make 
will make its appearance at 9j56 a.m., vacation time a time 6f pain,^nd can cause 
Eastern Standard Time, (That's 1 0:56 a.m., 
DST) June 21. Summer, 6f course, is 
traditionally the season of vacatiwis and 
fun. Furthermore, it is a season that we 
sun-worshipers look forward to at Virginia 
Beach. Almost everyone eagerly awaits' the 
sunrwner season and welcomes it. With the 
advent of air conditioning just about every- 
where. In the home, in the car, and in the 
office, as well as stores and places of en- 
tertainment, the heat is much easier to 
bear when one doesn't care to enjoy the 

Tn 



summer fun in the outdoors. 



short, 



serious injury. The hospitals do a good 
business with overanxious sunbathers. 
Take the sun in moderate doses, particu- 
larly at the beginning. 

J Swimming is summer's classic sport and 
exercise. Tragically, drownings run well 
into the thousands each season. Swimming 
alone, overestimation of ability and endur- 
ance in the water, diving into unfamiliar 
waters are just a few of the potentially 
lethal practices responsible. 

The boating boom, especially here at 



w^^ are a «nask for concealnMit of bad deeds. Siricerf 
difd^Kjr It iK> nwre possiWe than Ay water or wooden ir^."— 
J. V. STALIN 

The iollowlnt is a Imtory of A« Soviets and the sohiif^ 
p«(%ei they have made — and brc^en. 

SOVIET TREATY VIOLATIONS * 

THE T^GREEMENT 
MAY 7, ISW — Soviet r«|pnie s%m t^ty ^wkh indeper^e^ 
Georgian Republic, pk^fint »» interf»encc in Georgia's internal 
affairs. 

THE RESULT 
FEBRUARY 1U12, 1921 - Sovitt troops immde Gem^ 
tn sttp Itading to absorption ^f republic into USSR. 

THE Agreement ^ •' 

MARCH 16, 1^1 — In trade ^reenwnt with Britaia, 
Soviet UniOT pie(%es not to engage in propaganda, in that ewintry. 

THE RESULT 

MAY 26, 1927 — Britain ends agreement because of Sov^t 
t'ifl^t^, i§(tuAmg Mh^9 to shp pr^u^utda as promised. 

JUNE 5, 11^ — Soviet tJnion condwdes friendship agr«- 
m|nt with CzKhi^Iovakia. ' 

W^ RESULT . 
JUNE 29. m$ - USSR compelled C sec hoshi'akia to cede 
Cm-patho-Vkn^ne to Ute Soinet Union. h. 
THE AGREEMENT 
DECEMBER li im - USSR and Ciech government-in- 
exile sign ixtsAy of ^ndship and mutual assistance. 

THE RESULT 
FEBRUARY 25, 194^ — C^choslomk goverS^^tJorced 
to accept Communist nltiituUvm,^ Soviet Union completes af- 
ra^gements to force country into its saieme empire. UUi% 
cokfpeU appointment of a cabinet of Moscow follower^ „p„ 
climxes S^t postmw drwf to aksofh once-independent Cse^h- 
oshvakia.'' '/ ; 

THE AGREEMENT ' 

DECEMBER XL 1925 — USSR signs non-aggression and 
neutrality pact with Turkey. » 

THE RESULT 

r MARCH 20, 1945 — VSSR denounces this pact, ^egins^ 
cmtpaign to secp0 control of Blqek Sea strmU. r . . t 
1^ THE AGREEMENT - ■ "^ ' : 

AUGUST 31, 19{^ i- §ov^ Union conclydes non-aggret- 

sion pact with Afghani^A. ' », T ^ > 

„ THB RESULT 
JUNE 14, 1946 — USSR forces Afghanistan to cede border 
^rfitory af K¥M». 

THE AGREEMENT 
SEPT. ^, 1^^ -*- Soviet Union m^es non-agression paA. 
with Lithuania, latter extending tbis agreement through 1945. 
' TfiB RESULT 
JUNE 15, 1940 -^ Si^ troops itmidt Lithuamu. ^^^szss^ 
lAUGUST 3. mQ -^ Lmmmk is annexed H Sm^fW^; 
■~™""™^r*^ THgj^3RE«MENT ^^ -- ' iit 

SEPT. *7, 1928 — Soviet Union adheres tQ Kd|o^-Bria|(i 



t-r — "isE-r^rrr-n -- 







Another Word Of Comnionclatloii 

issue we have told tl^ st«7 of one been ^IqM, courteous and well-trained. 

/ Volunteer Fire Department and They have been responsible for saving 

'iquad of Virginia fteadi. W# com- many a life in Virginia Beach. 

e Plaza Volunteers on their efforts Most of the Oeparttnents operate under 

!"<larly on their growth in such a consldwable handicap. First of all, it is 

3d of time. Although we singto difficult tp get and keep weli-traine^ re- 

e at this time, we a3mmen<d all spectable men who are willing to work 

.itjBer Fire Departments and Rescue odd hours after oompleting their regular 

** Virginia Beach as a group. \n day's work. Equipment is hard to come by. 

•n four monrtis we fwve been It is expensive. These men raise funds in 

hm City, we have ^an the exoet- any way they can, and are to be oommend- 

jlunteers do. They re^xtfui ^d for the fine equipment they have been 

Q ifie scene of any tr^idy and go able to purchase. During the recent Armed 

Forces Day parade, anyone v\^|Saw the 

shiny now or old equipment of wie many 

groups could only have tvvo thoughts . . . 

security and pride. 

This week we h#ve singly out the 

w^nt to hf^ itnd Plflza volunteers, but we commend all of 

ie in a jJlw^. fhem. We h<^?e 9t\\ of you v^ll oor^inue 

iynt^r we have m^ has tQ support tMro. 



^h|^dy 



summer is probably the happiest time of Virginia Beach, has reached enormous pro- 

theyear. ■ portions. Improper boat handling, over- 

Unfortunately, that happy fun is brutally '°^^'"9/ failure to have the proper safety 

bloodily and instantly ended for large f^^iP^ent aboard, a lack of knowledge of 

numbers of people, simply because of f"® ^^^^^ °^/"® ^^^^r road, all needless 

careless, thoughtless and overenthuslastic t?°s;39« to fortune, take a heavy toll of 



practices. The dangers are varied, bvit many 
can be averted. The danger on our high- 
ways goes without saying. Congestion is 
common, and fun-loving drivers pften do 
things that they should not. Drinking driv- 
ers, reckless speeders, and careless motor- 
ists abound. Adjust and adapt your driving 
habits accordingly and drivf defensively. 



health and even life. 

Summer is a happy time, and it should 
be enjoyed to the fullest. So, have fun 
this summer. But be certain you know what 
you are doing and dd it the right way . . . 
the safe way. We, at Vfrginia Beach, like 
to have all of our fri||ds alive and well at 
the end of the summer . . . 




THE VIRGINIA BEACH OPEN FORUM 



4S professionaff. 1>^ir am- 

Br* superiw. It nwst I^ 

3se men are voluntiNBrs. 

selvfs avaJta^ as 

not ha^ to <te it. 



I am sinc^ely grateful to the 
Sun for |he fine publicity you 
have given us, and our Recent 
and I will continue'to subscnbe, 
and wlU encourage other meimi 
ders to take the Sun. 

CUpptings ftoqi your pam» ar« 
shown in a prominent place in 
the State DAR Sc^apbook, with 
your (>a{«r's name pnmiiiently 
sbowa.. T^ Moilolk papers do 
iK>t pve us as good pi^city, 
aiul I l»w ha%_a stthKTiber 
dtt^e dvB &iS ^tiai of 7^^ 



l^per came out. Qur chapter 
(Sarah Constant) was organized 
at Bayside, Princess Anne Coun- 
^, and a good percentage of 
our membership reside in the 
City of Virginia Beach. (I would 
be a, Vir^iwa Beach resident if 
the City of Norfolk had not an- 
nexed my home area, where I 
have lived aiv! vo^ io Princess 
Anne for 25 years.) 

Cordially yours, 
Mary 1. c. John&(ni 
Cones. S^'y mi Kblfeity 



Chairman, Sarah Constant 
Chapter 

Dear Sir: 

MiKh . much thanks for your 
efforts in behalf of the Red 
Cross Bloodmobile visits to Vir- 
ginia Beach. Over the past years 
my^work with the Blood Pro- 

Sam and Red Cross has beea^ 
jhtened by your valuabte as-' 
sistaace. 

CaMimiMt oa j^e f-A 



pa^t for reuncia^n of war 

• . . ■ f HE' RESULT '' « * ; f 

SOVIET UNION VIOLATES tfts pledge bv 1939-40 in- 
zvsions of Poland, Lithmnia, Latvia. Estotm. Rupiania, and 
Finland, 

THE AGREEMENT 
JANUARY 21, 1932 — USSR agrees to non-a^ressi«i jact 
with Finland; - _.^ _ Z?„ z:!>^ 

THE RESULT' 
NOVEMBER 30, 1939 — Soz'iet military forces invade 
Finland. 

THE AGREEMENT 
FEBRyARY 5, 1932 — ' Soviet Union s^s non-aggr«ssion 
pact with Latvia. 

THE RESULT 
JUNE 16, 1940 — Soviet troops invade Latvia. 
AUGUST 5, 1940 — Latvia is forcibly incorporated into tht 
USSR. 

THE AGREEMENT 
MAY 4, 1932 — Soviet Union pledges non-aggression in 
agreement with Estonia. 

THE RESULT 
JUNE 16, 1940 — Soviet military forces invade and occupy 
Estonia. 

AUGUST 6, 1940 — Estonia is annexed by USSR. 

THE AGREEMENT 
JULY 25, 1932 — Soviet Union signs non-aggression pact 
with Poland. • 

THE RESULT 
SEPT. IT, 1939 — Soinet troops im>ade Poland. 

THE AGREEMENT 
MAY 5\ 1934 — USSR-Poland extend non-aggression pact 
for 10 years. 

THE RESULT 
SEPT. 29. 1939 — U^SSR signs agreenHey ndth Nad 
Germany to partition Poland. 

THE .AGREEMENT 
JUNE 9, 1934 — USSR recognizes Rumania, guarantees her 
sovereignty. ^ 

THE RESULT , ^ 

JUNE 27, 1940 — Soviet artkv invades RuniamdH provinces 
of Bes^rabia and Northern Bukovina. Soviet occupation of these 
areas completed in four days. 

THE AGREEMENT 
SEPT. 15, 1934 — USSR enters League of Nations, pledging 
thereby "the maintenance -of justice and a scrtipulous respect 
for all treaty obligations ip the dealings of organized peoples with 
one. another." 

THE RESULT 
AUGUST 23, 1939 — USSR makes treaty unth Nam Germany, 
termed "a joint conspiracy" to deprive Poland, Estotiia, Latvia, 
Lithuania, Finland, and Rumania of their independence and terri- 
torial integrity. . 
THE AGREEMENT> 
AUGUST 21, 1937 — Soviet Union signs non-aggression pact 
with RepuUic of China. 

THE RESULT 
OCTOBER 2, 1949 — USSR breaks relations uith Republic 
of China, after recognising Communist Chinese regime it helped 
to gtun power. 

' THE AGREEMENT 
JULY 30, 1941 — USSR concludes agreement with Polish 
govenmient-in-exile, pledging mutual aid and cooperation 

THE RESULT -* 

APRIL 25, 1943 — USSR breaks relations with Polish 
goveminent-in-exUe on pretext of Polish request for Red Cross 
investigation of Kqtyn porest maswcrc. 

(cohtinued next week) 



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CtMtimwd fam 

As you know, the ^^ufinia 
Btmh cmpor a«! m NiMiA 
<^i«pt^ ot Aetf cron wiu 
■•^^ their aetnriti«a fM«:tiw 
<» J*iiy Ist aad im that date the 
combined chapters will bet^me 
IHE TIDfiWATER CHAP- 
lAiM - Aflierina lUd Ooss 
with offices m t^ukA mi Vir- 
ginia beach. We ^ fM awe 
i«« thM c(mbi^ of ettbrti 
wUi ioer^ise i^ lUo Oou sov- 
iet u> tta «e«. 

The vlsU of the Bloodau3l41e 
to Mulei s Departnau ^tore cm 
June ytn, was, la a way . . . u 
end and a begwou^. lae Blood- 
nobtie will continue to < y>t ne to 
this city, bitt will no loi^s be 
tne soie responsibuity ot this 
area, in a way tne revoie wiil 
also hold true as statf «iul voi- 
unteen from kom dttct wiU 
join K^ethcr to make Blood- 
mobile 'ifisiis ia N* ciliea suc- 
ce^ul. 

It wmAd be knpc»siUe to 
diank aU the donors and the 
volunteers who helped on this 
v»it. But, first on the li« ^ 
THANKS mufit go to Richard 
J. Cohick, Man^r <^ MUier's 
who sfNued no euort in making 
q>ace available for the Biooa- 
motnle to set up. Cohick, and 
aU the empioyees who helped in 
witti the activities necMsary to 
the operation and the Mhler's 
Department Store saM who 
gave blood aH shown! the kimt 
of old-fashioned neighbor spirit 
that truly warms the heart. 

Th^ we. carmot for;^t Uie 
many ^forts of Thomas ^loe- 
maker of the Princess Aime Ju- 
nior Chamber <A Commerce 
who really went out and beat 
the drum Ux this visit mud even 
pu4 in a stint <» the registration 
desk. It would be hard for me 
to find the words to thank him, 
his fellow JCs and the^l*^incess 
Anii« ICetts all w^rkiig to- 
gether to help us save lives. 

I could ^ on and on thank- 
a^ the many people in Vir- 
ginia Beach who have done so 
miKh for all the Bloodmobile 
visits to this city since I have 
served as< C3iairman. Ail the 
may iHmU of Vi^nui Beach 
doe^ who have Mfved in a 
w i w ili .tr cap»:ity on Bloodmo- 
bUc visits, volunteer RN», Red 
Gross trained ^unteers and the 
many donors who have taken the 
time to <fe» sdwediiiig about the 
needs of others. I will have to 
admit there have been many ups 
and downs in the donor partici- 
pation in this program, but one 
thing has remained eottstant . . . 
Virginia Beach people are 
and Uways be . . . TOPS! Until 
I can find a better w<»-d for 
THS^NKS it will just' have to do 
the job. Please extend my word 
of thanks to the people of Vff- 
ginia Beah throu^^ the peg» of 
the Vii^ia Beach Sun. 
S^ioerely yours, 
Mn. Lois "M. Nelson, 
Chairman Blood Program 
Virginia Be«;h Oiapter 
Amtk^aa Red Cross 



OPEN FORUM 

Ocax Sir- 



At the cl<»e oi my year as 
PKiidcat of the NadbilUPoftt- 
mouth Chapter of the American 
Institute of Bankii^ I wish to 
thank ymi and your staff tor 
the fine publicity wdiich we have 
receive in the past year. 

Because (rf your help, our 
O^pter was able to win second 
pIsK^e in the National Publk;ity 
Contest of the National Ameri- 
can Institute of Banking Cmi- 
vention ia New Drteans from 
May 30 - June 4. 1965. 

Again, many Uianiu to you 
and your staff. 
SuK^ely, 
R. A. Lupton 

Letter to the Open Forum 
Goitkmen: 

Tte following is in response to 
your Eifitcwial ot June 3, 1965: 

The E<teors of the Virginia 
Beach:;ikm have puMished their 
«and in favor of "LIQUOR BY 
THE DRINK" in LARGE 
WUNT. They furtiier state that 
"For the moat part ft<Me who 
9re not in Hvot of Hquor by the 
^ink are not omsidering the 
proMem e a whole. They are 
just not in favor of liquor." Yeu 
wiH ncMe that they refer to this 
as a "problem", and ri^t they 
are. One of the ^eateit problems 
of mankind today is the liquor 
pit^l^n which Mngs moral de- 
cay, deaths on the highways, 
broken homes, and alcolrolism — 
all on the increase. How could 
<^ be in favor <A fte evils w^ich 
result from lk]uor? Nothing good 
evtoT coiTMS from the consump- 
tion of ttis deadly enemy! 

It is clearly understood that 
the purpose behind favoring 
"liquor by the drink" in Vii^a 
Beach or anywhere is.MATBR- 
lALISM. "AnytW^i^:^" tiiat 
will bring more fl^% and more 
people into the area who wiH 
spend it and drink the liquor 
provit^ for diem anywhere they 
wish to stop and consume it. 

What an example (rf Quis- 
tian Leadership this would be!! 
— To sacrifice the ideals, and 
poasiUy the lives, of our chil- 
dren lot ahotiwr doUar added to 
the Treasury of our State and 
pockets of its patrons. U makes 
Itole ^fwow^ «^eft«r the £di- 
uirs c^ dm paper do or do not 
drmk "AT Ml.", as they stated 
This is a decisk>n each indtvidus^ 
BMytes for hknself. WiML does 
matter is that we as leaders, par- 
ents and citizens haye a respons- 
ibility to Ood and Others for the 
example and influence we pro- 
ject. What a marvelous oppor- 
tunity our Editors have to speak 
out for Oiristian ideals and prin- 
ciples, and for legislation that 
wotdd stren^hen, uphold and 
protect our citizens and restore 
confidence in our WAY OF 
LIFE that so many have dted for 
and are still dying for everyday. 
May God give us the courage to 
stand up and fight for "GOOD 
TO OVERCOME EVIL." 

Mrs. Robert F. Pittman, Jr. 
ED. NOTE: 

To your last statement, may 
we add, "Amen." But we still 



VIRGINA BEACH SUN, Thursday, Jun» <^P^iMS 



Ladies' AwUHary c^ MOM M M^ 



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r«CMtl]r. TIm ii«w officM-. .r« pict.rMi (Uft to riglu) Mrt. FroJ Crim. ckopUiu Mn. fttij, 
£f^.^ •*?■*-■ •■ '•'' *•"• CI«ro.eo D«y. kUtoriaai Mr*. Frmnk SIim. corrmpomVw MM<^ 

Mr.. CkarU. BrjTM, troMoron Mr.. WilUai. r , r— '-^r*. ff fifhm IHwiro ft JrJU projIAMi 

a»a Mr.. D«U— E at.mif or, rocerdiag Mfrotory. 



Home Builders 
Cap Activities 
With flanqaet 




Twte PKieB ema'm thuouoh june iH n< va. beach A>fc vkinTty \ 



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Ovfr|fi,iAKi fritnd was altar 
For ki, esMlttiMed, citan air 
WhN hi Ml his position 
Wisaid''*e8i«NaR"~ 
Wi'U told iMtttlitt tar ION air! 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — <A 

three-day roind erf activities of 
the Nintii Annual Convention of 
the Home Builders Association 
of Virjginia was climaxed Tues- 
day night with a banquet and 
installation of officers by the 
Hon Thomas N. Downing. 

The Congressman from fte 
First Congressional District of 
Virginia congratulated the new 
officers They are 

The new officers are: Frank 
Radford of Roanoke, president 
(succcwling PauU^Bidcfprd of 
Hampton); Glen Hastings, of 
Colonial Heights, first ^vice- 
president; Thomas Carey ^^ 
Alexandria, se^etary; and Don- 
ald Qeckley oflHampton, treas- 
urer, Fredericc^^pcrfitano, sec- 
ond vice^^s: ' 

Dow^ntng toM(ffie/B0up that 
"I ani in favor of Ac legisla- 
tion 'creat^ a Departnwnt of 
Urban Affairs in the Cabins 
and I shall vote for it*' 

TTie banquet was followed by 
entertainment frc^n Washii^ttMi, 
which featured a show calkd 
"The Broadway Gassii^ Game." 

The convention opened Sun- 
day with the Board <A Directors 
and the Nominating Committee 
meetings, which preceded tiic 
Tour of Exhibits, whose theme 
was "The Showcase of Modern 
Living " Fifty displays by manu- 
fiK:turers and distributees of 
building materials to Virginia's 
home building industry were 
seen by the convention-goiA^ 
members and the public. 

A Women's Auxiliary Lunch- 
eon and Fashion Show was held 
in the afternoon and also a Gov- 
ernmental Affairs luncheon. 

A Builders Institute was put 
on Tuesday with various distin- 
gui^ed speakers and partici- 
pants from fields in home build- 
ing and architecture. 

An Open Oolf Tournament 
highlightMl festivities that after- 
noon. 



FUN£RALS 



MAJOR F06QUE I WATSON 
VIRGINIA BEACM — Ma- 

jor Fosque Watson, "^ dMI-itt 
the home of his ^u^», Mn. 
Willie W. Salih (rf 270 Mayo 
Road Sunday at 4:05 a.m. 

A native of Chiancock, h« was 
a retired farmer and a member 
of the Clark Presbyterian Qiurch 
in Daughehy. He was a son of 
George W. and Mrs. Suapa 
Chandler Watson. 

Besides his widow, Mn. Ad- 
die Allen Watson, and his daai^ 
ter, he is survived by fuir icmm; 
Allen C. Watson of Vir^iia 
Beach, F. Vaugl»n Watscm erf 
Baltimore, Fischer I^nun^d 
Watson of Covington and Robin- 
son Rich Watson of Knoxville, 
Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Sad^e 
W. Vaughan of Norfolk and Mrs. 
Sue W. Campbel lof Onancock; 
^nd four grandchtliten. 

The body was sent from tttc 
Ewell and Williaimon Ftm^al 

Sgme lo ttte LUfistoo Fto^ 
ome inAccomac for a funeral 
service and burial Tuesday. 
Buriaf was in E<^ Hill Ceme* 
tery. 



PRICE THOMAS 

VIRGff^flA BEACH — Price 
Thomas of 465 Little Neck 
Road (tted Tuesday at 4:30 a.m. 
in a Portsmouth hospital. 

A d^ve of Palmetto, Ha., he 
was a son ol Geo^ and Mrs. 
Nellie Thomas and the husband 
of Mrs. Jannette Thomas. He 
was a retired navy veteran with 
22 years of service 




three brothers, Xmet TMmM 
of Tan»a, Fla., aftd DaveThlM- 
a»fcnd John TtoiuM <rf Aihttattt); 
Md five siitm, >6a. arte j>fce 
J^laes, Mra. GertnMb'BuigeivMd 
Mrs. Haa McOriff of Taii|* 
and M». MarpM Stev^ «|d 
Mrs. Omm C. Vat^ xA Wt- 
metto. s ,1 f \-4 

A funeral wttHet v»iU be fteld 
Friday ai rit &a. m Hate Fo- 

mUitanMH|tf«A be t^HJi^ 
tptt likt^kmk Oanetery.' ^ ^ 

GERARJ^C. AI 

iVllNMWA 
Aviation let MMcfaint 
BshNMI Aiseneau Sr., 
4905 ORve Grove Circle dl*d 
Saturday in an tulom^^ «b- 
cideat in Teimeuce. 

A mtive oi Ed^uti^ ^H^ 
he was a son of Raitt OyHbeif 
ArsR^Hi cf Northviik, N.Y. aad 
the late Mrs. Mafjorii Oiitt Ar- 
aeneau ud ^ihkH^eMi ci lite, 
h^sqto EhuwOI Aneteaui. 

ife w^ nmmkmM St^ fle- 
gory die Qn^dks^srOmdk 
and was in tM V|*S « 
Besides h» Wire at 
he is tarviv^ t^rtlMec d^|h 
ters, %tit\k^ ArttiKiM, Q|IP 
Arseneau and Margery Anten- 
6au, two wtA, Gvard E. Mtm- 
eau Jr. and Arthur Arsoien; ill 
of Virpnk B^sh; and a wItt, 
&inb Data Whitman, awl lib 
br^en, Charies 'ftenUey iid 
Robert Trembley, aU of Morih- 
vflle. 
The body wiU arrive at Sknide 



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Surviving, besides his wife are Funoal Vkat llMrsday 



Heartbreaking story 
of adttpted daughteri 
wins wide response 




to tniedjp. nl^fag, laA AmA, tk« 
Aatttam rMtti«i«hUe hu fooad 
ran U m S mam a wii takik la Dtla 
Evaa* Rfieri* hteit book. .DJTilR. 
EST mmn, md m^wIM to U 
in • JecMvB wqr. lOd^^M c^e* 
■re BOW in j^t ot tUt atonr tbat 
lMriMdM.lh« hMHt at AMria, 

jM^amt nEBmM it dw ■«. 

eoaat of du Ufo aai in^^- «l tho 

offhiik Adopted l«o fto^ IftuHni 
faa^ «ad M trf fkUly edm^U 
tbfHB aftwt aiiM Jofon* ywrfc/^' 



r.B.II.S. CMOOATItp pj 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Sim- Princess Aime Rurita» CM) 
pie commencement exerckes I trieeM to Dale Wa|^« Wifein, 
were held forAhe graduation of Ute B. M. Stanton Schokknllp 



the 149 boys anj^ girls of the 
class of 1965 of Virginia Bcaeh 
High school last Friday'eveniia 
at the Alan B. Shepard CivS 
Center. 



The invocation was given by 
the Rev. H. WadcU Waters, fol- 
lowed by the welcome by the 
class Salutatorion, Paul deWitt, 
Jr. whoae address, "Pursuit of 
Re^l Happiness", said in part, 
"With twelve years of school- 
ing behind us, we must utilize 
our education to the best advan- 
tage by helping the world, our 
country, our religion, our^el- 
lowman, our fam^s, and our- 
selves. Ami when we have done 
our best to improve the world, 
then and only then will we find 
true happiiwss." 

Valedictorian Marian Lyndle 
Costenb»kr gave the valedictory 
address, "The Challenge to Us 
as Graduates" in whieh she ob- 
served, *'Lifc is oiayed with a 
basketball, judgAnot by Jiow 
many baskets w^make but by 
how many foids we miss. TMs 
world needs us; we must use our 
education, our character, and 
our self-discipline to obtain our 
goal. Chity time will tell, but the 
class of 1965 accept its chal- 
lenge." 

James M. Hehner, ou^oing 
principal, assists! by Mii. Mar- 
garet Jeteh presented the diplo- 
mas. Awards honoring tf^ grad- 
uates were the DAR Gk)Od Citi- 
zea award to Lyo Acbieane Wil- 
liams, the Rotarian GckkJ Citi- 
zen award to Norman Bartlett 
Tbeberge, Jr., the Amercaa Le- 
gion Citizensthip aw^d to Klur 
g«%t MajstoQ .Pn:stQD, 



award to l^tricla ^n Hubuilc, 
the S^ior Citizen Pub i^«|d 
to Sam J(»es %kes Ul, aMi 1ke 
Jwik>r CivitiQ Chib award .'b 
lanes Lewit J^Kdielff. "- 



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Cer^ahks ai Camp Peridleion 





"ttm-trnmUMtm Virviaia N*fl«a*l Guard •»!€•» and Virtinia Baach officials stood at rifid 

I mUw ■Slaft war* l*«ffad dariac Flat Day Caremoaies at tha State Military Retervation. 

at iMMltiMl w* (l«ft ta rif|t) Majar Gsaaral Paul kl Booth, Adjutant General; Mavor 

0«mAW ¥lrgMte B«^i OT«adiar Gaaaral Edward M. Hudvins. post eoanmandantt C<rf. 

J U^ 0f tUam^Uf CA MAm J. Baaaan ill, Saaier Army Advisor; Stanley Hodfes, city 

^- _ ■ .. ^^^^ lor tfc* Haasoi P. B. White, neipber of the House of 

lafor. 



LMrt »ff ItoMialwi CM. JAM ii 
II bwwd C«tos DMMTitic Ml 
Mil RwMtt HatahatI, CTtr Ikai 






WSR-SADLER M DEJUH.OCK 



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PtStMxfa ?tfpen ap- 

8-t te ovfrttoe end drop- 

eSu^iitto atte witii the 

ft/tm^ Dukes at the end 

fifA ktM Of pbiy n the 

ji Ame IMm LeifHi 

A fl^^ wtt be scbed- 

at ft iMer dMe. 

„ fiatf fiUy 1^ off io 

ttKi iMi Stevi! Md<^f 

Mm Mset Rn^w On* 

^ « ri4} itettwt ol th« 

_ _ iM im. Mc- 

•kt^ fMfte* a 2-1 victory 

_A On^o over the Pej^ 

Wa Kvi^t 3 nm. hoakt 

Ae key Mm tt mi^** 

3 Mopped At 

7-1 Tte ABttcs alio 

jbI iM* tt^ped ttie leu 
te a Metea $ aad mA 
Itad aaeorti hitf ptey. la 
Ami mt m^oltmb 9Um 

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JSRAH T -- lie 

HMmoQui ttMltitte 

|Aa>^ ifift y^ tintay aad 

ffltap XMat Eieooii- 

' ' «2 WtUe Merit 

bMftt^ will he (mmui 

^yi^iftPBPCTlkiB, md W. 

wifwlaMtt v^^ Mam^Bf 






wfll. be i^tra- 

»«9 be ecaiciaed at 

to^ to be ^Ubeusied are, 
H iMd Ksola^iitt, diael* 
B. ttktf aal fint iid, bii|- 
I boatd'4l^l^fi* CHie of i^>- 
' aad 0tfUfmeDt, wtaMett 
^... pBOfniB plannii^ gam«a. 
4Hfeic» dvMSCi dnnu, Mie^a] 
"^ aatufe aetivi^ic^ oiliu, 
nei^- ana 
vWiQB eventa.* 

acdiritiei^mplBiiied at tli^ 
ifflr fhte Oe ^yr 
. 4incton eome oi^raU 
IMM for a fvU Sunu^ J^y- 

trn 

RflA^^EACH — the 
_ FlaynOiipdt opqn again 
•umaier mn Smt 22Bd to 
ISA. Hie filay^mindi 
be MM Mon(Uy ^to^ 
ly fHni the morattg w^cn 
Moaim at 9 a.ni. and ending 
■^2 p.m. From 12 p.m. umu 
wpMix, w |4nfRmm will bt 
'wed for luncn. Tike aflraiei^ 

>kl. exeqpt the fol- 

faitid^ IB 'Ad 

..'^laygftvopd JPiogfMK 

Wr J. B. my, 

!)fNUe BlemenUry, Pen- 

QtMitnMad' im^fam is 

<qreetoo wtll re- 

*^-n of aae ihorid 

unht. Your jeo^ 

luatad Ji 





for a neat one-hitter. The Rebels 
bat the Ro^wood Memorial 
Bters 12-. The Bears and the 
WiH play«! a 3-2 thriller with 
Uie B^rs coming out on top 3-2. 
G^n^ Wind hurled for die 
Itears. 

ifkMl FInt Half Slaadii«i 



tOH 

Sulfer Materialr^ 
Rosewood Memorial 
King's D^ Store— 
Jcdu M. Kessler 
OreaiB Constructi(» 
Acey DoKey 
Fleet Reserve Asm. 



W L 

6 2 



6 
5 

4 
4 



Ktap 



Dept, Store' 



FlMt Reserve 
JMtA M. Keller 
Apiawood Memorial 

8i^ Matei^ 
l^tam Coi^ructkHi 



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2 6 

1 7 



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2 

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TWRODGHGOOD 6C 

VmOH^IA BEACH — The 
Itooi^good Oanten Qub met 
Wednoday at the boow of Mrs. 
A. H. Oilpej^o-. 

At tte ^te Coniwntwft, re- 
cently held in Richmond, the 
Th<»oi^igood Garden Qub re- 
cdv^ the Blue Ridge IMstrk:t 
Adikvement Award. This award 
Is pven to the Chib reportii^ 
^^best all around ac(X}mp1ish- 
mtf»t upholding State and Na- 
tiend o^ectivn as well as lo- 
eid civic profecte. 

At (he recent meeting of the 
CottOcU of Garden Clul» of Vir- 
^nia Beach, tht club won first 
riace award for their Litter Bug 
fto^t and first place award for 
best mimragraplwd yearbo(^. 

The following members re- 
ceived awards for the most rib- 
bms won during the past year: 
first place, Mrs. C. L. Owens, 
arrai^maits; second place, Mrs. 
J. A. Jonhoi, arrangements. 
First place, Mre. C. L. Owens, 
bwticulture; second place, Mrs. 
A. H. Culpepper, horticulture. 
Fi«t (dace, Mrs. R. F. Broudy, 
bq^oaers class; second place, 
Mrs. E. C. Burks, beginners 

Ax Ae close of the meeting, 
Mts. A. H. Cilpepoer, president 
of the Council of Garden Ckibs 
of Virginia Beach, installed the 
following officers for the year 
1965 - 66: 

President, Mrs. H. J. Old- 
fordj first vice p|-<»ident, Mrs. 
M. O. Dixon: second vice pres- 
ident* Mrs. E. E. Goldsbv; re- 
nnduig secretary, Mrs. L. L. 
T^fcer, Jr.; corresponding sec- 
retary, Mrs. H. R. Brausuell; 
ani ttieasurer. Mrs. W. T. Gray. 

Mrs. H. J. (^dford was co- 
hCN^u widi Mrs. Cv^ppet for 
Ae neeti^. 

DIBOAI^ItEGAnA 

NORTOLK — The Norfolk 
Uboard R^ing A^ociation and 
tte Korfoft Onuaber of Com- 
ment will spoDsor ihe Ninth An- 
mm I^CMrd Reptta Saturday 
iMi ^mtey on ttie Elizab^ 
pUvBT olf Onady Paric starting 
«% at 



Sway Pole 
Expert At 
Seaside Park 



VIRGINIA BEACH— There 
may be a lot of fakes in show 
business, but there is no way to 
fake the hazardous routine of 
the aerialist, the high wire per- 
former or the acrobat who works 
at the ^ak ei aJ004 ^mvf- 
ing pole. T- — -^r- ^ 

Die newspapers are full <^ 
accounts of tragic deaths and 
serious injuries that occur to 
Uiese people whose work leaves 
them no margin for mistakes. 
Such a person is Jimniy Shan- 
non, the young Irish sway pole 
expert, who opens the Seaside 
Amusement Park schedule of 
free circus actf at Virginia Beach 
this week. /., . ■ '• /'-" 

Swnani works at the top of 
a pole tlK equivalent in height of 
a lO-story building. He balances 
on his hand, hangs by one toe, 
and flings himself into an ex- 
aggerated and terrifying orbit on 
an extension from the alarming- 
ly swaying pole. 

He does it not once, but twice 
a day, and the free act may be 
seen at 2:30 and 10 p.m. through 
Sunday. 

For those who like their ac- 
tion a little clmer to ground 
Icvd, tiSsre is plenty of it in 
tile Seaside Park Ballroom, 
where the newest sensation to 
reach Uiew shores froth the Old 
World — ^T^e Canaries of Spain 
— are playing their first Ameri- 
can engagement. These four 
boys, who are to their country 
what the Beatles are to England, 
provide music for dancing — and 
(k> a wild show of their own — 
every night and during the Sat- 
urday and Sunday jam sessions 
that start in the morning and 
continue through to closmg. 

Aiftnission to Seaside Park is 
free. 




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Think about the strange fact that there are men bi the wotM 
who do not like to wot with — or for -~ a Iwach of damM. 
"Cause that is what really happens if you're working wiA fematai. 
You can't really boss them. You just sort of head than ia a eer* 
tain direction and encoulage Uiem, and they really go. 

I've heard men on the sirtJJKt for the tost several milliea j^tfs, 
and they say they wouldn't' work with Women for triple the money. 
You know what's wrong with these men? They're sick. 

Having spent the nicest years of my We working with women, 
I will herewith testify that ihcv beat men 80OO to one, i^ I ain't 
talking about their obvious cnarm and physical advantt^ over 
males, I'm talking about the fact that they knom how to get a job 
done with a minimum of wasted motion. 

Sure, they smell better, are softer, look better, walk prettier, 
talk softer, and have prettier legs, but they have something else too. 

'Best of all, they don't get all jammed up wi^h a lot of silly 
conversation when there is a j<^ to be done. They doni a^e 
about committees and sub-commltl«s and pull out Robert's Rules 
of Order. They just get the heck on with the job. 

They don't lose sight of the main Idea, and they have a great 
habit of keeping first thinp first. In spite of folk-lore to the con- 
trary, they don't talk about people nearly as much as a bunch of 
hairy males. 

Anyone who has ever been to a convention and watched a 
herd of males slap each, other on the back while reading names 
off large name tags knows what I mean. A grouo of males in a situa- 
tion like this is enough to cause a man who likes gals to head for 
the nearest monastery. Guess thaf s why I beloni^ to no organization 
that is completely male in membership. I wouldn't be caught dead 
in an outfit that didn't have a few females. I e\en liked the Army 
better when they let those WACs in, and that's saying a lot, 'cause 
that Army really bugged me. 

But I might as well be fair about it. I suspect that I have 
been raised by, and surrounded by, a pretty sp«;tacular bunch of 
females to feel like I. do. I guess there are a few. women in this 
world who are not with it, but I've only met one who really turned 
me off. 

When you consider that I have reuhed a great age, this is 
# pretty good average. One wrong numb» out of a veiy birge 
number of gals who rmlly turn me on. 

Yes sir, they are the greatest. You want the world made a 
better place in which to live? Want a better government? Want 
better roads? Want anvthing that needs to be uperad»l? Know 
how to i;et it done? Let me rim it, but only if youll let me pick 
mv workers. Won't be a man in the groi^. no matter bow larce 
a force is required. Listen, friends. I can pick four dames and do 
most anythine you want done. Don't think so? Got a job that 
counts? Nothing trivial, please. Trivial }cA» are for males. If 
vou've got one that you don't ^tnk can be d<me, try me and a 
{fw females. They're winners. 



• UOALNOTICeS 



^ This is to notify the ixiUic 
that the undersigned, trading as 
Hurd's Seafood Restaurant, Inc 
will within ten days after publi- 
cation of this notice apply to the 
Virginia State Alcoholic Bev- 
erage Control Board for a li- 
cense to sell beer and wine for 
oH and on premises consump- 
tion. 

Patricia F. Hurd ' ^ . 
T/A Hurd's Seafood 

Restaurant Inc. 
954 Hurd's Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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TENNIS HATCHES 

VIRGINIA BEACH — An- 
derson Cup team tennis matches 
were held last weekend at the 
Princess Anne Country Club 
with eight players each from 
four clubs participating. The 
clubs represented were the 
Country Club of Virginia from 
Richmond Farmington Coun- 
try Qub' from Charlottesville, 
Norfolk Yacht and Country 
Club, and the host club. Prin- 
cess ^nne Country Club. 

Nancy Barron <N) won 6-3, 
6-1 over Isabelle Yates (PA); 
Betty Braithwaite (PA) over 
Betsy Andrews (N) 6-0, 6-1; 
Eve Davis (PA) over Belle Kel- 
ly, 6-3, 6-2; Talbott Jordan (PA) 
over Jane Dougan 6-0, 6-1; 
Eleanor Snodgrass (PA) over 
Kitty Soindle 6-3, 6-3; and Em- 
ily Hoskins (N) over Nancy 
Batcheldcr 6-3, 2-6, 6-3. 

Tn doubles Yates and Braith- 
waite (PA) over Spindle and 
Barron (N) 4-6, 6-2, 6-1; Kdly 
and Heidt (N) over Davis and 
Stormmt 7-5, 3-6, 8-6; and 
&iodpass and Jordan (PA) met 
Dcn^afi and Jc^insUm 6-1, 6-3. 



NOTICE 

This is to notify the nublic 
that the undersigned, trading as 
Lighthouse Restaurant will with- 
in ten days after publication of 
this notice apply to the Vireinia 
State Alcoholic Beverage Con- 
trol Board for a license to sell 
beer and wine for off and on 
premises consumption. 

Robert L. Herman 
Robert L. Snyder 
T/A Lighthouse Restaurant 
1st St. & Rudee Inlet 
(Atlantic Ave) 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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Two' doubk-headers in U<e 
American Little LeM^e last 
week resulted in the foUowuig 
scores: Tigers 7, Rotarians 2, 
Mike Martin winning pitcher; 
Cubs 8, Sports 5, winning pitch- 
er Danny Dombrowski; Cubs 8, 
Rotarians 7, winning pitcher, 
Gray Hodgson; Tigers 9, Sports 
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E%ht year oMi have n iiwatiable thirrt for life and anything 
fast is fun , . . and an annjsrmcnt park \n the greatest f^ac0 
ttiey can think of to visit in the summer. Parents should Uke 
thor children to enjoy tte rides. Plea^ noti« the word take! If 
you are parwts under 3S, takr^may nwan "to accom|«ny". but 
■»y mitxlle aged parent of an eight-yor old who has not realized 
ri^ what uMd to he a thrtlHnf ride.nwy now be nen^-*tretchit^ 
otdlets minutes of pure torture, please read on . . . 

Ferris wheels and roller coasters have been out for many 
3^iri, of course, but such things as whips ,and twisters and 
Iciimblers that stay fairly ctose to the ground and only ^n md 
jerk and twirl are fun for both kids and ^rents. After a few 
j^ira, the younpsters become old enough to go on rides alone and 
the l»by ridea the miniatures. Somewhere dur^ the weeks that 
torn into ywrs; the KWlt one grows t(x» big for the kiddie rides, 
and the t^nagers are never around nor have any time to take 
"the kid" on .some rides ' 

Comes a summer evming when Mom and Da^iake the e^fht 
year old to the ausetnents. The child shouldti't ride^lone. so big- 
nnrted Mom (who must have been somewhere in -the "twilight 
zcme") |3fts" aboard an innocent kjoking ride with »U the excited 
children. She didn't even realize it was not the place for her 
even though her slim skirt prohibited a graceful entrance into the 
car (she had to crawl ab<»rd!) Clanging the heavy bar f irmly 
into place and strapping the safety belt around her and the child's 
middle, six settles back to enjoy the ride. It begins rather slowly, 
and making sure her dress is over her knee;! properly, she grins 
impishly at Dad who sensibly stands on the siddit^s shaking his 
head in disbelief. 

As the cars begin to move in intricate cir<des. the momentum 
inereMes. "Wheeeee!" screaijw t^r tanghinr child. "Oh^h," 
moans Mom. Faster and faster they go.— the cbild more gleeful ; 
the mother more apprehensive, her knuckles white with the gri'^ 
she keeps on the safety lielt. he child's weight .seems to have in- 
creased to a hundred pounds as )ier body crush^ onto Mom, and 
Mom is sure they will both go flying into sface at any moment. 
Jpst when she thinks it will never end, the ride slows down. 
The ckild is disappointed : the mother smiles again. But the devilish 
operator is only fooling. It almost stops then he throws it into 
high gear, and on and^ on they whirl and )ctk and twirl The 
diild fe tielirious with joy ; the mother is only delirious. 

Finally it does stop. The child hops off r^y to get another 
tick« for another ride. Mom, with her head dizzy and her knees 
shaking, makes it to solid ground and staggers gratefully to the 
exit. Dad offers his arm to the battleweary veteran and doesn't 
make the obvious comment "I told you so." Lucky for him ! 

Now, should part of Father's Day celebration include a visit 
to the amusement pAtk and his present is to be the tiirill of an 
unusual ride, he obi have it. As for me, I'll stick to the "Merry- 
Oo-Rownd." I don't know though, maybe the hor^a do fly higher 
and faster today than they did a. few yKirs back. Better yet, be 





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itAZA CItlNlCH 

LYNNHAVEN — The City 
of Vii^inia Beach is sow enjoy- 
ing a rapid mmth io pcnuk- 
tion. The I^mc^sl Anne Plaza 




Baptist Qiurch it probably the 
fastest growing church in this 
laiie rftiwt city. 

On May 23, the Plaza Baptist 
Church obaerv^ her second 
year Minlvenary as a chuith,. 
with 'a special program which 
inchidcd dinner oiv Uie ^xMinds. 
More than ^}& fteople attended. 

Jhc church Mvied as a mis- 
si(Mi ia December of 1961. The 
ch\irdti has a membership of 
4^5 Uid a Sunday school en- 
roUnent of 950. The clHirch, 
located (» six ares erf land €m 
RoKRiont Road, has ^already 
erect^l two buildinp ami plans 
are beii^ made kx a third build- 
ing, to care for the ^^ growth. 

Afi a^rage q€ e^ pin Snn- 



da|r School every Sonday with 
nearly five hundred in average 
attendance each week. 

The Church, undo- the leader- 
ship of the past(X', kev. Melvin 
J. Hughes, maintains a vigor- 
ous pn^pim of Oiristian train- 
ing for both adults and youth. 
Activities for the youth include 
cAmping and hiking. 
' There is a gr«]ed dwir pro- 
gram, whk^ hat four choirs. 

Tim church is a member (tf 
the Sduthem Baptist Convention. 

TOP SALESMAN 

Oeont H. Reise, a salesman 
tot Alpun KfcMon, lac is <»e 
of the 285 top I^oln-Mercury 
sateirai in the natioa who ce^ 
cmtly attended a three-day 
nnetmg at die Homestead in 
Hot ^riii^ Va. ^ 



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C/ VIRGINIA BEACH, ViRGfNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1965 

secnoNB 




(M Celebrate U.S. Flag Day 



VIRGINIA BEACH — "It 
is fitting that we should gather 
here tc^ether on Flag Day, so 
close to the site where out native 
land begsn." 

These were the wprds of the 
Hon, Judge Richard B. Kellam 
that set the tone for the Vir- 
ginia Beach Elks' Lodge Flag 
Day program Sunday afternoon. 

"Before the ships left Eng- 
land for Plymouth, they decided 
to name this area Virginia," he 
said. "Virginia gave the coun- 
try the first four of the first five 
Presidents. We can't live on 
what is past but we can be proud 
of it. TTiere is no judge of the 
future save the past itself." 

I^ie Elks originated Flag Day 
in the United Sutes. The cele- 
bration was well attended and 
onlookers filled the boardwalk 
area in front of the Elks Lodge 
to watch the colorful ceremon- 
ies atui hear the ^)eakers ex- 
plain the meanings of the flag. 

The Sur Spingled femncr 
oDcned the affair, played by the 
Navy Band, then came tiie in- 
troductory exercise, a prayer 
led by Chaplain Frank Butler 
and 't^himbia, Q&r (A th6 
Ocean." - ' ■ -^ -r-^— 



The history of the American 
flag was given ia a dramatic 
nadii^ by Ted Beasley. The 
Amer^ Legion presented the 
PiM tree Flag to> the ac^MSc 
ptm^ 9i "Yankee Dooil^f 
and odi«' flap and their bcaoHi. 



Colors (Betsy Ross Flag), the 
naval Amphibious Base; the 
Congress Flag, (Second Flag 
Act), the U.S. Arnu',,Fort Story, 
Va.; end the Fifty Star American 
Flag, the U.S. Marine Corps. 

The Exalted Ruler's tribute 
to the flag was given by John 
J. Shand, the pledge was sung 
by the Elks' Chorus and the so- 
lo, "God Bless America" was 
sung. 

A floral bell of liberty was 
built by officers and members. 
These flowers symbolized lofty 
thoughts and ideals. They in- 
clude roses, symbolizing char- 
ity, devotion- and courage; lilies, 
symbolizing purity and truth, 
anld vic^ets, symbolizing justice 
and brotherly love. 

Eleven bells were sounded in 
remembrance of all those who 
have beenMoyal to America and 
her fight for freedom. 

The ccmcluding number was 
"America, the Beautiful," by 
the Elks' Chorus and baritone 
solo by J. Aubrey. A social hour 
was held after the ceremonies. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Joan 
Gray of 4701 Qvermaa.AW., a 
fymmt e of the Northam^n> 
4im^ek pitetkal nursing pto- 
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Thel'rinceas Anne Plaza Vol- 
unteer Fire Department, serving 
<me of the city's m<»t populated 
.areas, will soon launch its an- 
> nual fund-raising drive. The pro- 
ce^ collected vfill be ds^ to 
purchase much needed equip- 
ment lor the d^)artment ... no 
fands will go to the well-trained 
firemen. They are all volunteers, 
giving their time and energies in 
serving their community. 

Now three years old, the de- 
partment has mushroomed with 
^ population of Princess Anne 
Plaza, now boasting a memlMsr- 
ship of 50 volunteers, a f ire- 
bouse, two fire trucks, a sal- 
vage and resale truck and, the 
latest addition, a brand new am- 
bulance. 

Back of the fire department 
are the women of the commun- 
ity, the Ladies Auxiliary to the 
Fire Company, who devote un- 
tohl houn on fund-raising pro- 
jects. The first fire tnidc was 
purchased with money derived 
ftom their cake sales, raffles, so- 
cials aiu! other projects. And a 
large portion of the ounchase 

{irice for the firehouse site came 
rom the Auxiliary. 

The success of the Plaza Fire 
Department is the result of a 
community pulling toeether. of 
neighbors working with neigh- 
bors, of families sacrificing pre- 
cious time together in volunteer 



work for the Apartment, of 
many people striving toward one 
common goal — the protectkin 
and safety of the homes in 
Erincess Anne Plaza. 

^ected to head this thriving 
grtHip of volunteers are the fol- 
lowing officers: Bob Bottom, 
president;'^ Jim Hundley Sr., vice 
president; Bob Kirkland, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Fred Stoll, cor- 
responding secretary; B r i c e 
Todd, fire chief; Al LeBlanc, 
first assistant fire chief; Robert 
YoBi^aecond assistant; ajid Rt^- 
er Hempel, third assistant. The 
board is composed of LeBlanc^ 
Yon, Bob Myers, Bill Nobih?, 
Arnold Pederson, Jack Ser- 
geant, Bill Mayo and Loren 
Luky. , : ^ 

Since many new nelghb«y« 
are moving into Princess Anne 
Plaza daily, the following in- 
formation on the department's 
volunteers may better acquaint 
them with the dedicated men 
who servt their community. 

HaroM A. Armatroov, 3576 
Boyd Road, captain and first- 
aid instructor for the depart- 
ment; and electrician with the 
Hampton Roads Tunnel: mar- 
ried and father of four children, 

Frank Banctt, 168 Waverly 
Drive; fireman; a painter bv pro- 
fession; married, father of two 
children. 

Cl^lca W. Beaid IO, 301 




^ . .? The Snake FUg, Ameriwa IM fwi^upon completion of a 
Le^oo; the CwitineBtal Flag oX thwii mnth course in operating 
St. Andrew, the Vetcsaas of twm tedmique at the University 
Fofiipi Wars; The Congress «rf Vkpq^HoipteL ^ 




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of flagt that liaa Viraiaia 
Flat Dar. 



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tharoagbtaras, haaaviia 



Appian Avenue; firnnan; a stu- 
dent 

Rebert D. Bottom, 236 Stan- 
cil Street; president and fizst-aid 
ilistnK;tor; a port superviscn* for 
the U.S. Weather Bureau; mar- 
ried and fat!Kr of four children. 

DivM P. Becherer, 3216 Deer 
Park Road; fireman; employed 
in the parts department of Cain 
Electrwiics; married. 

Joaeph P. CHnpa, 3008 Ash 
Lawn Terrace; fireman, MM2 
U.S. Navy; marrted and father 
sd three children. 

Michael I. Canhicd, 713 Fox 
Run Road; fireman; MUl U.S. 
Navy; married and father of four 
children, w 

Kenaclh R. Cr««iicr, 3444 
Slina Drive; fireman;. HMl 
U.S. Navy; married and fathqt 
of three children. 1 

Lockwood E. Evans, 308 Val- 
iant Avenue; fireman; Chief 
Warrant Officer, U.S. Navy; 
married and father of four chil- 
dren. 

Dr. Loob Fvaiio, 185 Plaza 
Trail, fire company physician. 

Edwwd L. Fiahcr, 457 Liiie- 
berry Road; fireman; Leading 
Man, Norfolk Naval Air Station 
(ret.); married and father of 
three chilc^n. 

Edward S, Flahcr, 204 Doc- 
to* Driw; fireman; p«ts clerk 
with Mitchel Smith Companv; 
married and father of one (AM. 



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Earie W. FoilMa, 3212 North 
Gate Drive; fireman, TMl U.S. 
Navy; married and father erf 
two children. 

Charin Heagy, 429 Hannibal 
Street; fireman;' TMl U.S. Na- 
vv: married and father of three 
children. 

Mo&itr R. ^empel, 3424 
Raintree Road; third assistant 
fire chief; AC2 U.S. Navy; mar- 
ried and father of three children. 

Charies H. HoWafsworth, 
356 Lineberry Road; fireman; 
electronics mechanicat Norfolk 
Naval Air Station; married and 
father of five children. 

Janes W. Hmdley, 236 Cas- 
sady Street; captain and vi<x 
president; meat manajner at Food 
Fair; married and father of four 
children. 

JaoMs E. Hndby, 236 Cas- 
sadv Street: fireman; a student. 

Robert D. Haghes, 517 Co- 



conut Lane; fireman; CSI U.S. 
ffiVy (tet.y, night man|gw at 
White Castle Drive In; married 
and fatfier of three children.. 

Rev. Afelvia J. Hii^hcs, 508 
Rosemont Road; fireman and 
chaplain; pastor of Princess 
Anne Plaza Baptist Church; 
married and father of two chil- 
dren. 

Lawrence A. /amet, 452 
Lineberry Road; fireman; 
GMMC U.S., Navy (ret); a serv- 
ice technician for Sears Roe- 
buck & Co.; manied.4nd father 
of two chikiren. J 

Gofdon F. WOf^^Sl Appain 
Avenue; captahi; FTC U.S. Na- 
vy; married and father of thrw 
chfldren. '^ 

WiUbni O. JohnMm, 441 Ber-L 
nice Jrtace; capuin; RDC U.S. 
Navy; married. 

RoMdd C. Kfamnel, 467 Bar- 
cek)na Lane, fireman; Lt. (j.g.) 




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THESE FIRMS HAVE SHOWN THEIR FAITH IN THE 
PfHNCESS ANNE PLAZA VOLUNTEER FIRE DB>ART. 
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U.S. Nav^, marrtecf and father 
of two children. 

Robert I. KMtbMd, 274 Rain- 
tree^ Road; fireman and treas- 
urer; ACC U.S. Navy; married 
and father of four children. 

AMoB C UBIai^ 3516 Vir- 
ginlus Drive; assistant chief: 
OMC U.S. Navv; married and 
father of oqe child. 

Loren I. Lokev, 433 Elmont; 
assistant chief; CWO U.S. Navy 
(ret.); fireman for the Oceana 
Naval Air Stations marrfed and 
father of two chikken, ,^ ^ - 

Robert W. LcjEgett, 44s B^- 
nice Plasx; fireman; Legetts 
Texaco Station; married and 
father <rf one child. , 

WUHaai H. Mayo, 3520 Rain- 
tree Road; fireman; SOC U.S. 
Navy; marriiKi and father ^ 
two ChMdren. , 

Robert R. Mycn, jil Dbdge 
Drive; captain; BMl U.S. Navy 
(ret.); toll collector oi^ Hampton 
Roads Tunnel; mart-ied aw! 
father of four children. 

fnak h Mikovte, 3036 Bow 
Credc Boulevard; fireman; RMl 
U.S. Navy; married and father 
of four chUtben. 

WmA MtkovKs Jr., 3036 
Bow Creek Boulevard: ^mao; 
roofer for CoUin Roofing Com- 
pany. 

Ubofio W. NobUe, 505 Cata- 
lina Avenue; fiiremam Lieuten- 
ant, U.S. Naw: married and 
father of four chQdren. 




A. (nCeeffe, 408 
Ptiican Lane; fireman; Lieuten- 
ant U.S. Navy; married and 
father of four children. 

AnwM Pedenon, 3632 Kim 
Terrace; fireman; an engin^r 
with U.S. Coast & Geodetic 
Service; married and father of 
two children. 

Oariea F. RIdiaidsoa, 444 
B^Pine Drive; fireman; super- 
intendent with A^ociated Naval 
ArchitecU; mamed bikI fatfier erf 
two children. 

Wt^MA W, StoH, 3641 Kim 
Terrace; fiteman and s»;retary; 
DOC U.S. Navy, married and 
father of t«vo children. 

Lo^ J. SetfHM, 457 Garri- 
w>n Place; fireman; printer for 
Norfolk Le(%er4kar and Vir- 

S'nia Beach Sun; marri^ and 
ther of five children. 

Andrew Q. Stttjeat; 457 Gar- 
rison Pl^ce; fireman; A & P Tea 
Com{»ny; married. 

DonaM SMilh, 440 Dauplin 
Lane; fireman; BMC O.S. Naw; 
married and father of thn» chil- 
dren. 

loaeph D. Shniv, 260 Appian 
Avenue; fireman; "SFl U.S.- Na- 
vy (rrt.); a diver for Diamond 
Ojnstruction Company; mairied 
and father of seven children. 

Eddie H. Shook, 3409 Woods- 
man Trail, fireman and first-aid 
instructor; Sareeant, U.S. Marine 
Corps; married and father of 
four chikiren. 



lain J. Jkmi i^i Cc^ 

Bridge Roid; ntmm mH Om^ 

aki instrw^r, Atm^^S. Na- 
narriiKi and ftit]»r ol one 

Id. 



H. Smimmt 3300 
North Gate Dtinr, fir^naD; Vmt 
Saigeant, U.S. Army, ttOitm 
and father of fi^ ch9<l^. 

Benii E. Todd» 3508 Sm- 
tree Road; fire chbli <»iCS 
U.S. Navy (ret); a simi^ tmk- 
nician with Sears Roe^i A 
Company^ mudti- and )£Mtar 
of two children. 

Sannd R. Thoa^aiM* 453 

Garrison Place; fireman; wtA 
the installatba d^tt^nent of 
Western Bectric; married' and 
father erf thr» chil^n. 



DomM a Tanbwdlo, 034 

Plaza Trail fire^; Ei^pi, 
U.S. Navy; ma^rkd artd :aA«r 
(rf six chiUbren. 

BarfM B. WAam 35CS 

Raintree Road; (^^i«; Cmn<^ 
mander, VS. Navy, marrte^ aUd 
father of two chilAen. 

Bnn^t G. War^ ftf^Moi; a 
student, j 

Robcft i WMIack, 176 Oval 
Gables Ccwrt; fireman and fihtt- 
aid instructor, lOXZ U.S. ffih^;^ 
married and faths of tm diU- 
dren. < 

PanI WUfairt, 3924 ^liiia 
Drive; fireman; EMI U.S. Navv; 
manied and fatter of few chit- 
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Gets Award of Merit 




S^My Aa4wr««^ 4lr««Mf of Wo«dU«ra Mcnwriia Cmmt^arf 
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{dayfcou^ pcnottoeL 

pSiyfCQuad superifiigEi. 

f^«pton and auistut direc- 
flsvi Of ^ piay^ounds to be 
^ea «n: Arag^ Elementary 
-—GU JMtfklNtfi), Louise Jen- 
IMt fNoi^ Bon^, aad Jaim 
Smaum; AmnriieM) fil»i»^ 
itty Day — Bobby Booth, John 
Ingram, Alice Wahen, and Vir- 
ginia Hubbard; Arrowhead B»^ 
■ MKUSL JUJM&tJB^ . Q»da 
SrV^yMMlfa: Baynde Ele- 
*mentary — Pat Cou^y. aad 
Bifbara W^ffm BlatMter 
Finlloiiie — Jeatx Koracs. 

% T. Coote Elanealary — 
K^n, Affile HoHry, 
Mary h^ F. W. Coi 
m^ ^, mxmt MoHmd and 
i^fuH Belite; Creeds Ele- 

F^W%Saai^A — Tt» Mc- 
0lto; %^^m Jr. H%h — 
Dm MMie; Ki»|»vilk Mead- 
am WmeaUry — Jim Boyd; 
Klip (ham. Elementary — 
<>(e |9M|e and B*tty h«c; Lou- 
is* l^udMl Hementary — 
Q^ Si^^^, Junius Gm^, 
TkKm VnwA $Mi Atm^ (^^, 

hyj^wm l^lein<^Uury *— 
Ray Si^h, kichan} 6oya^ BU- 
il MMail, and Nancy Pater- 
MW; Ifaiba Elem^ary — }^- 
ann IMy, S0^ Biurbour, w^ 
^^mna Wwie; Newli|ht Fnld— 
J^d^ GNas; Haza EtenMBtary— 
loM Gca^ sad Faye McKin- 
am Seaboard Elementary — 
James Skinner and . . Iteresa 
lilorings; Seatadc EtanaUry 
Dty — Susan Whitehvrst; Sea- 
tac^ Ekmeiilary Nj^ ->- Wav- 
erly WBliams; Sh^n !>ark El- 
MMMtey — D«vi4 Hudaoo and 
Lwh Weaver; Thalia Qkma- 
tary — Toni P^is and Mar- 
cs^ Cooke; TlKHtN^ipod El- 
eiMiitary — Jo^ I^nWls and 
Joan Gaetaoi- 

Trantwood Elementary — 
Joe Cox and \kjl$ Paber, Un- 
ioQ Kempsvilie 1^ Might ^ 



Cities Harvia; Virgiaia Beach 
1^ -^ Tom Qrefbry; Uaioa 
Keiafavilk Day — J(»hua Par- 
(|» and l>(m>thy Ames; B. F. 
Vt^Mos Elen»ma^ — k^u 
Kfilkr and Q.I Jones; Wood- 
stoicJ^ ^Imfgtan — GsorgE 
McOovecu aiid Lyta Webb. 

The mwm, daace awl drama 
^NpckUMts »^ Bfuce Moai:^m- 
f(W AofffOA, Axtomitwi, 
LsdoofC^ ^td Lya^fl^ 
ea; ^ JtohB Fia^ey 6f Sea- 
board, Soua^, U«^ Keap^ 
viHe, and B. F. V^IHams. 

Andree Rhymer is the rotat- 
ing assistant director for F. E. 
KoUam High, Kempsvilie 4t, 
IWi. and Konpsville Meadows. 

»n)$titutes for playgrt^md 
worisrs are InM>gene DiMay and 
Janey Foster. 



CAR WASH 




PRINCES ANNE PLAZA^ 
A C^ Wash, ^c»8<ved by Ac 
Plaza IMt League Laittes Aux- 
iliary^, wiU be held M MiUer's 
tk^ mre, Vinpnia Beii^ 
BKd.« on Saturday from 10 i.in. 
to 2 p.m. 

nmweds wttl fee wed lor 
Leagw equipnunt 



NSHOP GUNN 
TOTBIT 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Rt Rev. George P. Gunn, D.D., 
wiU vi^ St. Francis to ad.-ninis-' 
ter Uhi Order of C^nfimiation. 
H^ytep on of Hanffi) Tuesday. 

11^ visit murks the 6th vi^- 
tation from 4 Bishop ^ thif 1^ 
ocese at Souther yupnU. 

The following persons will be 
pre^^ fpr Confirmation ^y 
B»e Rev. ClaytoA E. Cri^r, 
Vkar: Gail H. Hagler, William 
A. and Wayne A. Vine, Susan 
Carder, Paul and Swan Grif^i, 
Charles E. Bam^, t. W. 
Graves, Robert M. Nelligar, 
K^y Carmicle, imepk jMobs, 
James A. Folkes. 

Since its comxption the Mis- 
sion has had 74 Confirmations, 
46 Baptisms. Total communi- 
caots stancb at 163 ami 215 
Baptized members. 

St. Francis began July 7, 1963 
with ao kaowa members. 



SPORTSMEN MUST 
RENEW LICENSES 

VIRGINIA BEACH 
Virginia hunting and fishing li- 
<xme$ expire Wednesday, June 
30, spommen were reminded by 
the Virginia Commission of 
Game a|Hd Inland Fisheries. 

Lfw ^olorcement Chief John 
McX.aughlin said, "Each July the 
nambct of arrests for f i^ng 
without a license reaches its 
peak for the year presumably. 
o^mist many persons forget to 
olXak their new Ikenses at the 
l«roper time." -^ 

Lkeases for the 1965-66 fis- 
cal ^ar may now be purchased 
from some 315 county clerks 
awl license agents throughout 
the state but may flgj be used 
until July 1, 196 *^^ 



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MISSIONARY DIRECTS 

BAYSIDE — Miss Delores 
Woods of Johiaon City, N.Y., 
a missionary to BrazU imder 
Bi.plist Mid-Minions, wiH be 
the dir«:tor of the Vacation Bi- 
trie School at Ocean Hrk Oxn- 
asMmity Church. 

TIk school wW be fa) ses^on 
fifm 9 a.m. uaiH 12 noon, be- 
ginoing Monday. The closiog 
pr^ram will be on the evening 
of June 30. 

All young people between the 
^t^ of 4 aad 18 are wekome. 
tt addition to Ae regular Bible 
stycty tod handwoit, an unusual 
f^^ure will be Miss Woods' 
{MN!»en{ation of interelting high- 
t^jltts of missionary life to all 
^p groups each day. 




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red iaaeta b^hlad thwa, ieeMl 
^m^ff^bfy to the i^am of the 
uott A s^ffate tan at tiM htA- 
two of Mdi iliade Mtrids ^ 
hare In^ in»i Mm qraa (tf thane 
SM^d beneath the ^aadctts. 



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14% faicbei and Its bra« ehahi 
aBemi a dr^ fttwa ttw etttlaf to 
a w»<«ffiiB leafMi eC 4111 ladiea. 



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brokv Manor Civk Lf«g«« at tk« B^w Cr««li Coif mnA Cowi^%rs. Chpll. Pict«r«4 •! tko affnir or* 
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out, dry out Resists water, 
too. 

New Havolinc— the motor 
oil that keeps cars and farm 
mfflrhiircry from wastinjf 
money because it stops de- 
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Multigear luibricant EP — 
the grease that keeps equip- 
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for work at .any time. Pro- 
tects against rust, acttff, 
wear, and corrosio%_ ^^.^ 

Fire Chfef— tlw eecmom ical, 
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A spaijiking new hospital and a brand new bank— we've got nnore in common than meets the eye. 
Were both dedicated to serving the needs of our community. . . 

Yduil be trying to help people out as much as you can . . . andio will we. 

Youir Be providing the finest medicarcaie^to the people you serve here in Virginia Beach. For our part, 
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HILLTOP OFFICE - 7tl FIRST COLONIAL ROAO 





Civic CItonis Officers Set 



TO THE NEW 



In the 1890's the Cuiioin Ho w ww the pride of 
Norfolk. 3==3=.s=#=«--*======,*-.i^^^^ .-^^ 

. . . Then H. D. Oliver had been serving the community 
for more than 30 years. 

This beautiful building, built in 1859, housed the 
federal government offices in the city. Norfolk was 
proud of the building's classic beauty. In those years 
H. D. Oliver served the community by providing 
res{>ected and dignified funeral and burial services. 
Just as the old Custom House has remained a j>art of 
Norfolk, so has H. D. Oliver, providing generations 
of Virginians with detailetl handling of all their 
needs. Modern facilities, including a new home at 
Virginia Beach and an experienced staff assure you 
of the finest care. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — New 

officers fbr the Virginia Beach 
Civic Choru* were installed Fri- 
day evening at the Elks Lodge 
by Bill Kellam, candidate for 
the State Senate. 

About 50 people attended the 
ceremonies and buffet dinner 
which^ featured entertainment. 

New officers are: John Steel, 
president; William Utiey, vice- 
president; Elizabeth Lockwood, 
treasurer; Ann Bragg, secretary; 
Karla Beasley, librarian. 

New directors, who serve on 
the executive board along with 
the officers, are: Lee Chambers, 
Esther Hutcherson, Frank Fer- 
rigno and Mildred Detnkowicz. 
Charles Oliver is the perman- 
ent musical director .^^ the 
chorus. 

Keliam began the installirtion 
service by sayii^,. '^ppple in 
most commuoitira itf^e <«irprised 
at fresh revelations of taloDt liv- 
ing next door to tiiem until 
somebody develops it." 

He pnraised the sipificant 
contributions the Virghiia Beach 
Civic Chorus is making to the 
cultural and artistk lifo ^ the 
community. The new dfV\c&% 
were charged to work hard dur- 
ing the coming year and keep up 
the excellent work whkh has 
beeJi evident in recqnt years. 

Humorous remarks W3re di- 
rected to the new officers by the 
senatorial candidate in an ia- 
formal ceronony. 

He reminded tfie chorus that 
their leadership could be only 
what the menU>ers want it to be. 

Following the installation, the 
outgoing presideat, Lee Cham- 
bers, was presented with an en- 



graved gavel as a symbol of hit 
contribution to tiie ^owdi tA 
the chorus. 



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"The Loud Red Patrick," the 
hilarious story of an Irish wid- 
ower caught between the wishes 
of four young daughters, tes al- 
tered its final two weeks^df jno- 
duction at the Wedgewood Cfe- 
ner-Theatre, located eight m^ 
we» of Williamsbui^ o& V^fih 
way 60. 

Rehearsals for the forthcom- 
ing show, "Two For The See- 
saw," according to 4ir«:tor Paul 
Iddinp, are ^ogressiii^ oa 
schedule. 

ring Timothy L. J<Kim and dto- 
dine Iddiop, "Two Fca- tlM! 
Seesaw" teus the grij^faf and 
funny story of a love sMtk be- 
tween a divorced mkl-n^cra 
lawyer and a divorced daiiB- 
wich Village beatnik daacpq. 

The play stan»d HeoTy Fo»- 
da and Anne j^acroft on JSn^ 
way,^ Mil»]llttCT0l( 
New York Dr-ama 
u be^ actress'of tii$ ' 
poforman^. 

"Two For The 
written by llie^an&CNr 
Miracle Wcffk^r," 
Wedecwo6d IMimer-' 
ducM during its first)! 
operation, ^ in whkh 'J 
Iddmgs also performed diej 
role. ♦• 

Mrs. IdSim l»t applied' lb 
a tenmt^—m0li . m *^if7, 
•Mary," which hroke all {^rvlMM 
box (^ce records at We(%N 
wood. 1 "^ J 

"Two For The Seesaw^ fk 
scheduled to open tot M tti^ 
week run, beginhiag Sm^^ 

Wedgewood is iieii% air-> 
conditioNBed and <^en $ms^f 
afternoon matineei iritt bi)|M 
luncheon s^ved at 12:^jMtt. 
Evening dinner k served at 7:0p. 

MEET SLATED FOR 
GAME COmiSSION 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Virginia Commasion of Gmm, 
and Inland Fisheries is slat^ «o- 
meet June 19 at tlM Arnold : 
Inn be^ning at 9:30 a.in. 

Individuals and pouptf hawng 
matters for Conmiusntt ^m&i- 
eraticHi will be given m oppQ«- 
tunity to speak. 

1 ^ maml^iness w^ hf ap- 
proval of the bu^t for the 
1966-68 biemrtum. TT» Gum- 
mission will also ^t fiaiU «;- 
tion on a prqxnal to fffohifait^ 
t^e hunting of <to»' wkh (te|i hi 
VSiiitix Qmsty afld c |»#NaI 
to close Ac reci«M^ ittodiad J. 
W. Ffapagan R^r^oifr m pk- 
kenson Coimty to fidu^. 

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"It's. Hy l»«^" girl, Ledey 
Gfxe ^ElM the jM<4^ Mufiiig 
m^em troi^K of **Tlte Girls On 
'Am llBMft,^ a Psramount re- 
^ sw-bvtBg ojlor, whu:h 
Wednesday at tte f^incess 



.™ itt*fy ^"tesley Gore'a 
nift me to ftntill^ well have 
beea taken out of a fairy-princess 
M^, Mt to a flM3d»s s^tk^ of 
qtfawling <Mk trws anf spttcious 
Inw |»|he iribiffb of TenafTy, 
I^iir Jen^ la ^y of 1963, 
Ite atnivterry-^McMKie 'princess 
of HJm* was a tmom stadnt at 
Dw^^ Sdbool for Oirfa m En- 
^eiwod. New Jeraey. Om monfli 
mm, i»^ had <dEv>oclEe^ 

tiimal new luifl^ Mja; idi^ 
*'tt*» 1^ Par^ mm^tetd the 
Iwirt^l^ yow® ttMs OB ike air « 

MA4iiiMy WfUnH^i L^tey 
•M| «v(^-«(^ip at bear beat 
Mfil^ *^w^ axteen" blrth- 
^ ^brUim ia eariy 1963. 
tj^ey, was sixain, ^ asKl 
tte taam wMb » fi^tot and 
^at.lM9o|^ dw ra^ts 
to i^Nr lei^ mtk t^^uuc. 
fbimMm iiagmed ibe cvt a 
iij^cf «e filfl^ tnaea aad srad 
ft to a tm&Ma$ com^mY. Wiifc- 
Ul a lew dm a waxk^ iwas w^Uh 
^ Lis^^fitfi^ sag|e^led 1^ 
l^^m^fit Q^ff, bead of 
Ai^^ftod lto(Mng.Cbn^ration, 
Ustoi to ttwdub. Clia«[ff recog- 
Msd ii 9rt ctf tateni asd tlie 
4^ ^TH n^fed to CinciW(^'(£- 
^icted to tbe maatka q| Irvii^ 
(Mi, ft^ttirat <rf Ae kfereury 
X^ml C^iporatkxi. Mer one 
Blpl^ ixerativ^ spott^ die 
p^i w^ler as a fresh, excit- 
^ Mi^tt, and tfie 16-vear-oId 
§«i tei^edtel^ pmm to an 
^irtaHve leaning contnu^. Cki 

jmS WTil-TV STtfF 

NORFOLK - NEWPcarr 

NSWS — Charles t. Covad 
im reoeotly joined the WTAR 
Eaginegrij^ staff a« a TV Studio 
Eqftqear, it hMr^n^n anaoHnc^ 
by lUchard LiadeQ, Chief Ea- 
uiieCT for .WTAR Radio-TV 
Coroor^tioa. 

Mr. CtptAd is a native of Lo- 
ington. North Carolina. He 
served Uk the U.S. Navy as a ra- 
dar techfridao and mpuiear, mid 
Wis asMciiied wkFwVUY 
Radio, Lexii^toii, North Caro- 
tjjia, as ChieC Eogii^T. He is 
wnrkd to the fonmr Linda 
FSbffawn d Tkomm^, N.C. 
Iliey wiU tnake tfira> iKme in 
Vwgtota BoactL 



May 2, 1963, LMky s^ iit a 
toraday j^rty a^ki — thb time 
her own 17th birthday — but the 
tone was her own hit platter, 
"It's My Party". 

Ben in New York City, May 
2, 1946^ Lesley has speq^ nuMt 
of her life in the faunily home in 
Teaafly, New IcrMy. TIk bud- 
dii^ taknt is the only daughter 
ot L^) Gore, manufacture of 
the well-known Peter Pan pr- 
mrats a«l swnrwear. Her at- 
tractive modier, Ronny and 
brother Miks« ag» 1^ j:(m|>lete 
the faml^ picture. Howver, 
Lesley ins^ the Gores are a 
family of five, f<H- her adored 
"Bu»6e",.a white Freoc* poodle, 
is couideml a family ni^ber. 

hiMf u- 1 aSm 102 poinds, 
wad nloula 4ie Im no wd^t 
^>Uens. Her knig, i»toral 
strawberry btomte hair wins ad- 
n^mg ^m«A fma youg awl 
e^ L«dey won a siae 5 dress, 
whjdl fmesttts quite a proMem 
n fiaiUig ckMftM smdl eatov^ 
to fit her fcOtt l^ve. Vivaciooi, 
with a 4kI^MM time of Iramor 
and bofabUag widi tte Idve of 
life so typial ©f a care-fti^, 
just-^m^ 17-year-rtd, L«ley 
statM ifute tmiOf, "At die 
foaem ttaM my Itfe is filled wHh 
gettii^ M eAMitls^ music—- 
aiittle— «mk aid dating." She 
is uiMdNr atosted to ^^ l^ 
good4oeks ftrat,' l^t »iys they 
Mom bcoMBe mptiOieM. "A 
g@od penewMty aitt a gped 
soNe of tiHier te niKh mote 
unportant, for ^ att^ctkm of 
|p)6<l-lodb w^n off.** 

Lestey lists Imt pet peeves in 
their ofwr of nnpsrtonce: "The 
me of trite pM»m by Aose 
pec^ i^ui% cote fce d , and 
dte ^laytef (rf an ew»it, ^m- 
mfaig from my own impatiaa c e ." 
A fault she Iwlieves Ae will ne- 
ver overcixne is "never beii^ 
on tim£ for an appointment". 

With the wonderful combina- 
tk>n of Jtalent, youdi, beauty and 
a bubBlii^ perstMaltty. Lnley 
Gore is truly a s^sational new 
'princess of song' ud has added 
another cha(^r to ^ tales of 
the American sas:^ story. A 
^r was bom in 1963 — a star 
destined to shine brightly for 
years to come! 

Now she turns to acting ami 
singing witii The l^ach Boys, 
The Crickets, Nancy Spry (Miss 
Teen U.S.A.), Noreen Corcor- 
an, Linda Marshall and Anna 
Opri in the frolicking "The 
Girls On The Be«A." The film 
was produced by Harvey Jacob- 
scm, and dir^t^ by William N. 
Whitoey, 



Ifcftl^Jirl^hr By ijggj 1^^^^^ 




VIRG^IA BEACH — Win- 
ner ef more CAAMMY awards 
1^ &&&t mo^cal perform- 
m m Mtavy . . . voKkI hnt year 
tte tM New Stw of 1964 in both 
te ConMry and Fbp awsic 
fiekk . . . hea<8iaed guest on 
sa^ Aom$ u The Tonght 
Stem, Steve AMen Show, Merv. 
C^tfSa Skem, Ta^essee Emie 
Fofd ftw, A^ WiUams 
Skom tmi nmmy Daaa %ow 
. . . current owner of the top 
spot o( the Country Chart and 
in the t^ 10 on tbe Pop C^ 
With his '"Engine, Engine No. 
9"! Hii Mue... Roger MUkr, 
of covnel 

Th^e ne tmef wtoi hk fHu 
are lacertain whetto- muW- 
talented Rogor hUet k Ont a 
comedba, fist a ^uga, ftst as 
impfearivc s o a gwii i ei , or an ac- 
compliriied OMMfiaa. As Rt^er 
puts it: "Fn a fidfie ptKjfa 
turned writer^ toned s^<er, 
turned ct^cfian," His iri^ty 
sMms wilinHted in aU fcmr areas. 

Tall sleader and boyish, w^ 
an infectiot» Uu^ and a twinkle 
in his eye, R(^r ooIks sham- 
bles oiM c^ an iatRviewer vto 
quest^n hka tkaitt his p&St, Us 
likes and AiOm. AA fete 
where bt iraa iMni nS ha fM 

"My i^tfcnts were so poor, I was 
made ia IiqfMn*'. 

<M Educa^m . . . '^The U.S. 
Aony was my college education 
... Korea Cladi of '62. 

Pw^ted to an exclusive re- 
cording contract with Smash 
Records, in Febcutfy, 1964, 
Rc^r has been waxing hn here- 
tofore, untapped musical and 
comedy (alenis on such hit single 
records aa "Du^ Me," 'H^wg- 
A-Lug," "iCing of The Road," 
and a big.Hwlling debut album en- 
titled "Roger and Out," and a 
second enocled "The Return of 
Roger Miller." 

The fantastic Roger MUIer 
with fatt complete show at^ 
east ^ invade Virginia Beach 
Sunday, June 20th, itx two per- 
fonmancM, at Ae Cronpticm 
Dome, z and 8 p4a,.Adtlkiice 
tickets lot Urn shows being pro- 
dued by WdHS Aadio Ranrii 
are currently in all Peoples 
Drag Smca wad M dwCtar^ 
tiOB Dome ticket onice. 



SOLMBIS RETilE 

FORT SIORY — Three 
Army perscmnel retired this 
week at Fort Story and were 
honored at a garrison review 
Moaday i^omam. 

TlKy are Sp^. 5/c Cuttis R. 
DnnasMit «ad Spee. 4/c Hu^ 
Dfcan, ^pec. 5/c Gerald A. 
W. Painter. 




tk*ir third e«iu«c«tiv* scMaea. 



anwAriag at TIm Skadowa for 



Gateway Trii Al SbadMift 



Virginia beach ^ The 

fun-fiUed, folk-swii^ii^ Gate- 
way Trio opened their third sa- 
aon at Vir^ia Beach Thurs(^ 
night at The Shadows, 16th and 
Atlantic on the Beaeh, for a 
two-week ei^gment . 

The Trio is rapidly becomi^ 
one of . the outstanding fdk 
^oopy in the Country today. 
CoUectively they are a mad 
mii^iiH; Gi mirth, wk and tal- 
ent r a winning combination oi 
music and fun. 

hhy #alter^a Mch baritone 
aad a , sophistioMf wit; Betty 
Maoa, a» vesMMe, scatt»- 
brained comediene; and Milt 
C^^o^ a BMdeHi bo^iA up- 



^tager, make up Iffiis excitihg 
folk group, which will have you 
falling down laughing one min- 
ute and absorbed in the tender- 
ness of a love ballad the next. 
Fresh, sparkling, and highly en- 
tertaining, their songs and ban- 
ter take them from ni^t clubs to 
concert halls with eis^ 

The Gateway Trio records for 
Capitol Records. 

The Trio alternates nightly 
with Tidewater's first and onlv 
dancing-<!iscotheque and mov- 
ies, featuring "Jeanne," The 
Shadows' Discotheque Girl! 



PROGRAM MANAGER 

NORFOLK - NEWPORT 

NEWS — William C. Ross hai 
been advanced froni Radio Op» 
erationsv Manager t|o Program 
Manager for WAVY Radio ac- 
cording to an announcement 
made by J. Glen Taylor, presi- 
dent and general manager of 
Tidewater Teleradio, Inc. 
<WAVY-WAVY-TV). 



BACK, Better and 
bigger than ever on the 
enlarged dining porch , 

Over 40 Selections 
> from Old South Recipes 



$2.35 



Children Under 9— $1.25 
5:30 to 9 P.M. NIGHnY-^2 Buffet Lines 



OcMHtckIa at 78fh St. 



fftrfoHi loy 




ttm Ha# tmrnm, t^ if IM- 




bV The ttadows of- VB^la 
B^ch. 

MMt L. Taaant, UV^ 1^ 
Ondt Mini IUm^ wat n^iM^pi 
^ arliN is te tnMjiitHlBM kf 
tte PjiTtmhr Tii^in fiiiBi mm% 

l9 Wm. aM ^u/Uiftitui^ Na 
fte^pti a iiiiiiigl yoa i» ikit 

^mtffflf ,.jHal .- flia *^i( fT ' ^ 
cmpaiB !■ 'Sa 



pand faak veaimm lor tla lap 

pflK of a MpcmmA avUHHil 
at Washiii^ifcnT i roHL-ceiitie, Tne 
Cellar Door and a /wording au- 
ditbn with Roulette Records m 
New York City. 

A 1965 gn^te <A ^aury 
High School, Bill is no sbmi^^ 
to the folk Kene, havii^ woa 
several local competitioia on tte 
high-school level "I was m^Mrcd 
t^v folk'-great, P«e Scegcr," says 
Bill, "and I learned to play tJie 
guitar from a friend." Bill plans 
to' attend Richmond ^ofefumMd 
Instrt^e in the fall, majority in 
drama. , 

Lpcals Jim Stanley c^ NorfoUc 
and Ken White of Virginia 
Beach, caf^re first and second 
runners-up honors, respectively. 
They, as well as the other parti- 
cipants, are eligible to re-enter 
fotwe weekly 
dwy witt. 

The Fe^ivftl cotrti^ea eve^ 
Monday evenmg at Tte Staift- 

ows. Amateur folk e atertiiact t 
are invited to enter and shoiM 
contact The Shadows at 16tb 
and Atlantic, ot call 428-36#5. 



CENSUS TAIIN6 



new mWAY 

VIRGD^IA BEACH — 
Questions aimed at obtaining in- 
formation needed to estimate fu- 
ture national trends in popula- 
tion and birth rates will be in- 
cluded during the Current Pop- 
ulation Survey conducted in the 
Vkgi^ Beaeh area this wedL 

The U.S. Departmcat of Com- 
merce ancf the Bureau of the 
Census is doing the census. Mrs. 
Audrey L. Hayden of 1832 
Windy Ridge Point will be col- 
lecting infoitnation at Virginia 
Beach. 



AMPLE 



PARKING 




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NOW FEATURES l:0O-3:06-5:00-7«00-B:00 NOW 




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STARTS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23 



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Virginia Beach Theatres 

BEACH-BAYNE 



25th&Atlantic 

TODAY, FRI. A. SAT. 
J|INE 17-19 




CMtawMMOM* *M<k5SaB«SI 
FeaturM^2, 4, 6, 8, 10 



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TODAY, FRIDAY & SAt,^ 
JUNE 17-19 

FOmif CROSS 
THE MERSEY ; 

G«rry Jk Tke Pacemftkers^ 

Fttituret: 2, 4, 6^ 8, T(^1 

SUN. MON. TUES. 
JUNE 20-22 



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TIm CMsriM. T«4idl]r, H«rai«a, T«li> m dnmia mmI tt^km. 
• {thmtm ^ mtmmrii) 

(Varies Hat Here Teimmiw 



•u^u^Nonof 



i VIRGWIA BEACH — 
) SptiaL'% mott popular ni|^tclub 
attractioB, Ac Caxiar^, will per- 
f<^m at the Seaskte Amusement 
Park Ballroom be^auf Friday 
night at 8:30 for n^tly dancii^ 
and jam sessions meh Saturday 
igld SuadAy at 11 a.iB. 

Their extended en^agemait 
will follow their arrival today at 
1:48 p.m. ai Norfolk Airport. 
• HjWdfeds of fam are expected to 
Kifk tte sing^g grotw and Sm- 
lidb Amuei^ ^urk wtU <&- 
Iritete 1 300 free ride tickeu to 
f< P"| aoa who tuni cmt for the 
awMRn' arrival. 

ttipey C^xiper, the aaia^e- 

l m«d| jpil^^mner, c&covered the 
1 singip pmp fattt winter vdOle 
I sc4^^ fcr new talent aad 
*amaieia»its in Europe. 

Gocf», who first saw ' the 

Ca«r^ in oi» of Seville, 
I Spahi's teadt^ night clubs, was 
I impressed with the fact that the 
I fo^r-man group played both 
*■ SpaMish and AmerK;an tunes to 

the BMdera beat ol today's p(^ 

i||tef music. 
He notic«J 



i 



propcf and staid Spaoii^ audi- 
ence gave the group a roar of 
applaud at the end of each 
,0ttmber. Cooper coiKeived the 
"idta of bria^i^ the group to 
,;th^ United ^tes because of the 
t sensational response the Canar- 
iej^ received tluou^ut Europe 
«n4 Soutil Amcrict. 

Their C(»npositions have 

Tf^feA ioteroational attentioo 

::'::md Cooper has been co&t»^ 

.- -% Ed S^ii4»'s E^^i»teUv^ 

to arran^ for an aiMiition. Sev- 

^ fital record coiypanfcs are bki- 

±4^ for {fie rl^ts to their music 

""* w^i^ements are ^tatg 

Tor fteir appearaMce on 

itiooal television. 

The Canaries derive their 

from ^ fact that their 

}me is the Canary Islands, 

lin. Each tnembo' of the 

.ha composer as well as 

Ip niusician and they have a 

^Mrtoire of 20 original nt^ft- 

^rs they will soon ^ord in 

/|nerica. 

Hie Canaries were special 

lests of tfie original Shadows, 

popular Lond^ ^ett^ers. 

The Shadows, «^o preceded the 

littles, were the top group of 

th«k kind and created the or- 

'Livcrpool" or Beatle 



pool wuad and ^vlag it a 
uaique, Spanish flavM^. 

• LKIALNOnCB 



NOTKXi 

Thn H to notify tiie public 
that the <in<teriit^, kadiag as 
AtkuMie Pait Cbnfee^mary will 
within ten days after publicatk)n 
of thu notice apply to the Vir- 
ginia State Alcoholic Bever^ 
Control Board for a l^nse to 
acU beer aad wine Ux ofi Mid 
on prcma^ consumption. 

M. J. Orimstead 

T/A Atlantic Hit Qmte- 
tionary 

1318 Viripia Mmik iM. 

Virginia Keb.'^^^^ 

6-i7-lT 



CIMMMKMVEALT1I 

or vniGiraA 

fa fte Clerk's OHkc «< O^ 
CIMit Oom ttf Ihe CHy vif 
Vh|taiB B«ii«h, m te ItlhAy 
of Iwe, 19^. 

Otmm OF PUBLICATIQN 

ANNETTE P. LEUTH, 

Ptainttff, ( ;- 

against 



fa *• Oats one* of Jke 
Clitill Owl 4 «• O^ «f Vfcv 

jm>^ w puH^iAnoiii 

eUMAElH IWOD KNUO- 
SttI , 

Plaintiff against 
CLARENCE JAMES KNUD- 
SOli • 

T%e ofafcct (rf this suit tt to 
oMaki a divoc(% a ^kuIo 
oaatrmonii, from ^ said de- 
foocbuBit, upon the grow(te of 
<fe|eftion hx a persod of more 
than two yean. 

And an affidavit having been 
-made and filed tfiat the defendant 
is a nm-reiidnt <a ^ State of 
Viqpate, iks last known post 
trffic^ address being: Bailey 
Avenue. Chattaaot^a, Tennes- 
see, iK>t resitkiit <tf Ae ^te of 
Vi^nia, it is t«d^ed Aat he do 
Appear Itere witfiin ten (10) days 
after due publication hereof, am! 
do what may be newssary to 
protect his interest in this suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Qcrk 

By: Mary M. White, DC. 
BRYPGES 4k BROYLES, 

Attys., 0%. 
1369 Laskiii Road 
Vi^faiia Beidi, Virginia 

6-3-4T 




sound. They predicted that the 
Ganarks would soon be ^in's 

dem^ were takii^ the Liver- 

. ■ — ■ — — )<— : 

NORFOLK ~ There wHl be 
plin^ of jobs this summer for 
girls just out of b%h schA^l or 
httne from coUb^ on va^rtioQ, 
according to Joe Norton, man- 
^r of the Norfolk offipe of 
Mpnppwer, Inc., intenwtional 
tep^^ help servke. 

"^sln^s firms need replace- 
ments for vacationing personnel. 
\iany of the wookd ordinarily 
avaibhle for temporary work 
must ^y home with their dul- 
dren during the simimer," Joe 
Norton said. "This means that 
they're out of the labor market 
. just when they're most needed." 

Joe Norton sa^ that Man- 
p(MweT currently is condiu;ting a 
recniiting pro-am- to line up 
qualified g^rls for stunraer as- 
signments. Tlw minimum age is 

la 

Oiilb seeking work as typists 
or sienc^r^hers are given tests 
ta ^ktei^giine what tyi» d as- 
sifttpipiMs ^y'r« c^abl^ of 
h^id^l^ he said. 3obs for those 
w{th(wt office skills i^lude sur« 
vey wmk. 

h^U^ firms will accept in- 

e}^rieiKed people if they arc 

seriwsly iirt^ested in working. 

. Tmagfxaxy he^ tervtces l^e 

^ Manpower fit the girl to tl^ ^ 

^^ tim she has every qppor- 

tuii^ to work at her hi^^t 

level of capatnlity," he said 



RAYMOND FREMRKSC 
LEUTH, Defendant. 

The <*ject of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo nmt^- 
monii frmn the said defendant, 
upon the grounds, of deserticHi 
for a period ol over two years. 

And an affidavit havim ben^ 
iqade and filed tlat t^ Pend- 
ant is a non-r^i(teit ot tf^ State 
of Viipnia, the kut known ad- 
dr^s beifl|: e/a GemtaA IW- 
livwy, Rochester, Mimesot^ it 
Is drde^ that he (fc appear 
here witiWn tai (iO) days a^ 
due inrMcation fac^xtf, aaS do 
what may be nectary to pror. 
tect his interest in thk suit. 

A copy — ^Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

fly: Mary M. White, D.C 
BRYDGES & BROYLES p.q. 
1369 Laski^ Road 
Virginia Beach, Viiginia 
6n7-4T 

NOTICE 

Please take notice diat oa fte 
17th day qf June 1965, the un- 
dersigned will apply to the Vir- 
ginia A^ir Bottm m a bvufer 
of his wholesale beer liceuM ik>. 
5935 from East St., & "E. Cky 
Hall Ave., Norfolk to 5716 
Southern Blvd., Virginia Bradi, 
Virgitiia. 

Mdray Bev^n^ Goip. 

by: Robert a Walker, Pres. 
, ,6,17-lT 

EXEcifroR'S ftmu^ 

lli.e undersigned havh^ quai- 
ifted as Executor d il» estete 
of Florence Wilson M<4risette, 
decea^, it is requeued ^at all 
payments due the decedent and 
alt cfaun» against the Cedent, 
duly ceriified, be presented at 
Ae office Of Thomas E McAn- 
drews, Attomw at Law, Dean 
BuHdng, 201 East Plume &reet, 
Norifoft, Virginia. 

W. Conroy Wi^on, 

Executor. 

6.10-3T 



NOTICE 

Notice IS l^eby given that an 
Qfder dated May 18, 1965 has 
kmm issued by ^ undersigned 
aud^dzii^ the name of the Gas 
Screw DiPtX>MAT official 
number 280089, owned by Cam- 
«K« A. Munden, of which Nor- 
folk, Virgmm is ^ h<Mne port, 
to be changed to FOUR SONS. 

Roy W. Edwards 

Deputy Ojllector m Qia^ge 
of Mariiie Work 

Port of Norfdk, Vte^^^w 
' -~-y- ^ 5-27-4T 



PUU^IC NOTICE 

Hie VirginU Beidji Division 
of ¥oti(x has in their pos^ssion 
21 boy's awl 6 girl's bicycles, 
several rifles, one b(^im au- 
tomatic washer, auto accessor- 
ies, iqen's dothii^ and various 
odds uid ends that wiH be sub- 
ject to auction «Ue if not 
claimed before June 18, 1965. 

Persons who ou gm {voof 
of ownership may rep<nt to po- 
lice he^wMKNS «t Jhtec<»s 
Anne between tlw hours of 8 
a.nL and 4 p.m.' to make sudb 
claims. 

On Friday, June 18, 1965, 
startii^ at 12 i^on in tiie area 
betwwn police hf ac^arten and 
die Coi^-UijWise Fffe ^^artti»irt, 
all artictes w>t dbimed'wm be 
sold at puUic aucUM by the 
Dfpft^neat ctf Fii^lic Sifsty. 
REAVES E JOWISQN, 
Chief 
Aiireau of Silety 

6-10-2T 



COMl^ONWEAtTH 

OF VIRGINIA 

fa Ihe Ckdt't Office of Ite 

Ckoiit Cowt of the City of Vhw 

■JWt Sewh, M Ihe 3ni day cf 

Jwtt, IMS. 

ORIWK OF PUBLICATION 

CHARLES HENRY BEOCER, 

fi^i^ff, agaiiKt 
WOJMA MADELINE BECK- 

m, 

DelMMbat. 

"Bie ol^ of'dili suit U to 
obtain a divorce a mensa et 
thoro to be later mei^ed into a 
diyor<:;e a vinciilo matrimonii 
from tkt said defends, upon 
die grounds of deserticm. 

And an affidavit having t»en 
m^te and fited that the^femi^ 
ant is a non-resktent of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
(tffice addr^s bein^- 4141 E. 
32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 
mA resident of the ^te of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that she do 
aMear here within tm (10) days 
alter dqe publication hereof, aiKi 
do Wi^at may be necessary to 
pro^n h« interest in thu suit. 

A ooby-^Te«le: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
CROMWELL & LAYTON p.q. 
P.O. Box 521 1 
Robbms Cormw 
Virginia Beacii, Virgima 

6-10-4T 



• u^miofici 



nauc NOTICE 

The State Water Control 
&>ard has rK;eivevd an appl^- 
tion from Baywille Farms, Incor- 
porated to constrw^t waste treat- 
ment fticilities and to d^arge 
ther^xwi a purified effluent 
into Pleasure House Creek, a 
tr*utary ,of Lynnhaven River. 
Persons wishing information re- 
garding this proposal! may wrttc 
to the State Water Conttol 
Bpaid, Post Office Box 5265, 
Rlchm(Hid, Vi^ia 23220. 
6-3^ 

VIRGINU: 

fa the Ocrk's OflBct of the 
Ckcnit CfMrt of the CHy of Vfarw 
gfafa Bcwh M Ihe 3rd di^ of 
liiii^ 19<5. 

IN CHANCiJIY * 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a munidpal corporaticm, 

Complainam 
vs 
LUCILLE BASS, et ah, 

Defendants. 
OtmEMk OF PUBLICATION 
The object ot tlte above styled 
suit is to sell, fr^ ami clear of 
all liens and eu^umbranc^, for 
tite si^isfaction of the liens there- 
on, t&at certain lot, tract or par- 
cel of land, sitoated in the City 
of Virginia Beach, Vic^iiua, and 
hounded and <k»;rft>ed as fol- 
lovKs: 
ALL that certain lot, pi&x ot 
^rcel of land, and designate:* 
as LOT "L", on the Plat of 
'HXm SECITON CM? B»D 
NBCk POIKI", made by 



■r- 



J<An M« Bali^MM, QvU En- 

^leer, uid reonded hi the 

Ctok's Office of the Circuit 

Court <rf tike aw rf Vnginit 

Beach, Vitflnia, m Map Bodt 

7, at pa^ 192. 

And It appearing frcm the 

averments rt the BSi of Cwn- 

plaiat fUed harem i^ by Affi- 

^vit chdy filed: 

FAST: Hat <Migence has 
been used by and on behalf of 
Ae com^inant to ascertain in 
w*at c^wty OT corporatio|l^the 
following Mcadam is, wUhout 
effect, and her last known pcMi 
office addien is unkiwwn: 

Ll«:iLE BA^, Box 1618, 
c/o New York Life Insurance 
Co. Richmond, Virginia. 

SECOND: That the said 
UICILLE BASS may have died 
leaving heirs, devises, personal 
Kpresentatives, surviving &m- 
sort, or lien credrtors ao^ if so, 
dieir nasaa are unknown and 
dicir last known post office ad- 
dr&ses are unknown. That there 
are or might be persons other 
than those named in the Bill of 
Complaint interest^ in the real 
estate to be dispose of ih Ais 
suit wjiose nanws aiul last known 
post office addresses are un- 
known. 

It Is, therefore, ORDERED 
that die above named persons, if 
Uvi;^ and if dead, tteir heirs, 
devises, lien creditors and pcf- 
soutf repr^entatives, ai|bd tf 
niankd, their respective ooo- 
s(Mts, and all <Aher persons olhcx 
diah th<»e herein named, who 
are or m^t be interested in tie 
real estate to be dispc»ed of m 
this suit, vAose names ^ un- 
known, do appear within t^ days 
after due p^lkation o^ tlus ao- 
ttee and do what is necessary 
to protect their interats. It is 
furd^r OftCffiRED th^ the 
foregoii^ portion of this Order 
be ptAlMied once a week tot 
bmi suecMtive weeks in tlte Vfr- 
ginia Beju^h Sun, a Newspaper 
publish^ in die Oty of Vir- 
ginia Bcadk, Virginia. 
A Co^r— Teste: 
JOHN V. raNTREK, Oerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Sunley A. Phillips 
AssUtftpt City Attorney 
Ci^ of Vir^ia ^ach 
Vir^ia Beach, Virgima 

&-10-4T 



« 



HtmcE 

C%«iVlMP«"«Kh, 
iwme 1, tiiS. 

TO THE Ci^DntHIS OF 

MARY G. CARNEGIE, 

Deceased: • • • 

NOTICE is hereby givea^wr- 
sua^ to Section 64-161|ipode 
of Virginia, that the under^gned 
Ccmimissioner of Accounts, hay- 
ing for settlement the accounts 
of the Seaboard Citizens National 
Bank of N<»fblk and iohn J. 
Cronin, Executors luider , the 
wHl of Mary O. Camepe, de- 
ceased, and having been request- 
ed by the said personal Tcpre- 
sentative so to. do has appoint- 
ed the 2nd. day of July, 1965 at 
3:00 o'clock P.M., at Room 316 
MonticeUo Arcade Building, 
Norfolk, Virginia, as the time 
and place for receiving proof 
of de&s or demands against the 
said decedent or h^ estate. 

Ernest S. MeffHl 

Covmissioner of Accounts 

6-10-3T 



VllKSINA BEACH SUN, Thursday, June 17, 1965 



VRGVflAt 

!■ the Clan's Office «| fie 

Cpi|t«)<%atyoi^ 

^ OH th| 3nl *qr «l 




J. 



ikpEtr Of pu^iCi^^om 

JAMES R. McKENRY 

Administrator of thf estate ^ 
Solomon Smith, deceased, 
PetitioiKr 

jisRSEY m^m 

521 Grammercy Pte(» 
AtlantiCiQty, New Jersey 

WILLIAM SMITH 

36 - 5th Street 
Salon, New Jersey 

MAURICE SMITH 

Box 49 

RkdiJand, New tersey 

WILLIS SMITH 

Box 65 

MQlmay, New Jersey 

CHARLIE SMITH 

2423 North Bancroft Street 

Philadelphia 32, Pa. 

MAUDE WlLnAMS 

357 Birdneck Orcle 
Virginia Beac^ Vu-g^a 

LAURA GASKINS 

1249 Pingree Avenue 
Detroit 2, Michi^n 

RUffiELL W^flAkS 

1087 Kenya taiie 




Vttg^ ttl^h, Virgu^ - 

H-IZAWTH EVERETT 
243 PyWrn 
LyMhAvm ^A» 
Vi^ihia Beach, Virginia 

L»^Y lOOUES 

90 Downing Street, Apt. 25 
BrofAlya 38, New Yoric 

and , 

PBRCELL WlLLIAkdl 
BoAAm Apartna«ats 
300 West Frankl« St 
Rktenond, Virginia 

Respondoits 

The object of diis suit is to 
construe die estate of Solomon 
Smidi, to determine (1) who will 
roceive the funds received by 
the estate and (2) to whom the 
admini^ration costs, estate in- 
he^ance taxes, and the estate 
fatoooie taiei, shall be charged; 
and an aff'^vit having !^n 
filed Aat Jersey Smith, William 
Smith, Maurice Smith, Willis 
Smith, OM^ie Smith, Laura 
Gaskutt, Md Lenoy Bog^s are 
K)t residnii c^ the Stm of 
Virgbda,' ^' Is ordered that the 
i^resaid non-refsidents ap^:ar 
in ^ sakl sua within tea days 
after due pi^lica^on m the Vir- 
giaia Be^ Sun, a newspaper 
iitvii^ ^Mral ciixuiation in the 
City of V^inia Beach, and do 
what may oe necessary to pro- 
tect theif iitterests in the said 
suit. 

A Copy^TnJI' »^ 
JOHN V. F^raiiS, Oeric 
BY: J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-10-4T 

CmOMO^JWEALTH 
#VRGII«A 
fa At Gbi't Om^ «f the 
q^virpwt tl ttt C% ef Vliw 

ORDift OF fVWMC 

SWRLEY MARIE P; 

DAN^K WEBSTER 

PAR|SHBR, 7r., Defendant. 

Hie c^bieot of this suH is to 
obtan a ^vofce a vmcuio n^at- 
r|m<Mm from the said defend- 
ant, upon the pounds of two 
yean contiauous separatkMi. 

And an i^Kidavit haviiu been 
made and filed that ti^e d^end- 
ant is a ntm-resideiy of the State 
of Virginia, the lad known ad- 
#es8 iiekig: 4413 Ovid^IMve, 
Fort Worth* Texas, it is ofdered 
that he do af^ar here within ten 
(10) days «^er due publication 
hereoli and do what may be 
necessary to protect his interest 
in this suH. 

A co|^ — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

J. Cu^ Fruit, DM»uty Qerk 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, p.q. 
1369 Laskin R(»d 
\%giQia Beach, Virginia 

6-10-4T 
• LEGAL NOHCB 



1 PCHI IMMEDIATE A<*tlON 



ym 



H iMlWh^^-teftiilriin 



We specialize in kiM^n cabineu, 
bfAtm unprowfl^ttts ud any 
^vpe of sacMs wwk. Oill Pon- 
dwosi MiU W«»k at 3008 
South Lynnhavea Road, 
341-SS2Q or 341-2682 even- 



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3-11-1FN 



NEW AND REPAIR WCMUC 

Bdaeybiag — Heating 

Electrical — Air Condttbeing 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRIC KL 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Rione 426-2660 

11-5-tfn 



EAM»LOYA/\ENT 



ko Hip Wanfii-Pemale 



Experienced drug clerk and cos- 
metician. Apply in person. 
HiUtop rtarmacy, 1701 Las- 
kin Road. 

6-17-3T 



Ladies - 17 up. Earn $50 to 
$100 weekly, serving estab- 
lished customers at your con- 
venience. Call 428-1750 for 
personal interview. 

6-i74fn 



White ladies over 25 widi own 
'' car for baby sitting. Apply lot 
83, Cokmy Traitor Fark. No 
pi)one caik^ .„„,y,„ 

6^ib-2T 



41 H»lp Wanted-Male 



Cab drn^rs. Service men ac- 
cefrted. No experience neces- 
sary. We also work at the 
Beach. Can earn $85 to $125 
weekly. We pay f<» your 
Oty license. Hiring ex- 

' drivers from othu companws. 
S^way Taxi, 3762 ibore 
Ddve, Virguia Beadi. EMal 
464-6262. 

*-*^T 

Needed — 3 men immediately for 
manager trainee * pitigrun. 
-Must be attentive and careor 
minded. Call 42$-9 142. 

ll-19-t& 

42Hd»VVani«yfale«rf«ii«b 



AIERCHANDI^ 



n HeutaneM Sooda 



For sale now — new aiul jr^ 
l>uUt tote beds in a variety 
of colors and fabrics. Also 
s(rfa«, k)ve seats, auorted 
chairs, triples, ch«U, book- 
cases, dinettes and bedro«m 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Phone 428-6377. 
C^U us to upholster and re- 
finish your worn, toited and 
marred furniture. Free esti- 
mate, pick-up and delivery. 
"We buy and sell v^ furni- 
ture." ^ 

4-1-TTN 



114 HMi«« 1=^ Ml^ ' 

Kmg^ Grant — ChuaU^ng. 4 
bedroom, 2% baA, 2 mrf 
Colonial on Uke fnmt. Mqf 
livii^ room, fiiq^fa^i. FuU 
ftmnal dining rows. FatqUy 
ro«n with j^tto. ^uflt-in kif- 
chen with ran^ aad d^- 
washer, utility roptp, attaclMd 
garage, fully ak foncflttonfd. 
Also - 3 oedboom, 2 bi^ 
ranch with many of the saote 
features. Call *U 7-1727 or 
Ul 3-4348. 

6-17-4T 

115 HmitM— Fumiahad 



RflMTAL REAL ESTATl 

100 t6 6Mi toft tetNf 

Room for rent. Private entrance. 
Excellent 'neighborhood. Gen- 
tleman prefersed. 237 Bay 
Colony Drive. Call 428-1049. 
6-10-2T 



IIP Aparl nwnts Unfi jg^M d 

APARTMENTS— Furnished or 
unfurnished. Yearly or season- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. NighU 428- 
6833. 

3-2 TFN 

111 ApartMwnts PumMMd 



Virginia Beac^ — Service Men! 
2 cute cottl^{es. N^u b^e 
and beach. Best cates. 
340-8329. 

6-3-TPN 

f^AL ESTATE FOir SMM 



^ast Ocean View, 9615 10th 
Bay Street. Private, cool, ef- 
ficiency apartment. Cedar 

s closets^ yard, near base, rea- 
sonable. Adult. Call 5i3- 
2737. \ / 

. \ 6-17-lT 

U— i, 



Furnished, (mw bedroom apart- 
tnent. $55 month, year round. 
Call before 9 or after 4. 428- 
5234. 

6-17.tfn 



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iww~'n» 



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lAvmg ro(«n, bedroom, kitshen, 
t«& Convemmt to ^lopplfig, 
diwches, kuwfromat. very 
reatonabte yeaily i^^|b, fla^ 
cific Avenue. Phone own^r, 

* 428-5016 or 428-2143. 

* 5.13-tfa 



124 Houses Per Sale 

For Mle. 2 b^dtoom ^omc. Ma- 
sonry «Nisti«^d. ArVfic Aw- 
hue, overlooking baiflrtftil 
Lake H<%. Near Ocaaa. 
0>rner lot. l^iced tot qwpk 
aide. $10,000. Finaiiw for 
sati^ctory c^^. H. O. 
Moore, Broker, Jamm A 
Kkxkem. Cag 438-77SS; 

5^IS^ 



Mncess Anne Pla:a — ^Brick 3 
b«tooom ranch. Imutatod. 
Fenced yard. Attached gan^. 
Lari^ ^-In kitohen wm 
Birch <^Miae^ stov^ and re- 
frigerator. Dryer hook-up; «*- 
side utility room. Pay $900 
and a^une paymetAs of fTS 
mondily. Own«. 340-64<». 
6-KMrn 



Office manajge; for growmg 
small business. Rqdy to Box 
No. 120 c/o The Virginia 
Beach Sun. 

6-17-lT 



AHNQMNCEMENTS 



10 Special NoticM 



FIX ' 

• IT- • 

• i- ■ Painting, 
.... .Window 

Washing 
4i8-^134 



6-104fn 



II T< 



4-4 P i>r!«ea«;i^ Inc.— 'We wfll 

. d^iyar ytwr car to or Cn«n any 

diy. Cerafii^ liiectid dpivaca. 



u£»mmms 



to Apfritanca Sarvi^as 



VAClfuil CLEANSRS^Hoover, 
&i|es and lervica. Prompt ef- 
fletent re^drs. Pick up and 
di^very. P|^one GA 8^^222 
f^l Feed k Building .$ttp< 
diaa Ine ^ 



y %iiMlnt-jtain|ring 



Contractors & iiome BuUdeis— 
hM^ m btlp y^ w^ unit Hen 
,loiBe~-^dlUoBS--Kir repairs. 
^ pn fu^ish sBrtedals from 
biMiiBnt to litic and aid you in 

IC^Bam ft SitoBi Inc. 
(U 4KB-2M1 

mmm 



&Uesmen or Salesladies -— NO 
EXPERIENCE NECES- 
SARY. I <»ui use 2 shicere 
trainees interest^ in a sound 
sales car^r. (Not door (o 
door.) My new men ewn 
$6000 to $10,000 the first 
year. Opportunity for r^nd 
advancement to management 
petitions. Must have car, but 
travel is optional. For toter- 
view call Mr. Funrey, 
428-3396. 

4-22-TFN 

^' ■'■■ —■' ■ ■ — — ..' M l ■ , 

MANPOWER, INC. 

URGENTLY NEEQS 

Typhis 

Stenop^Aers 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacent to Virginia 
Beadh. 

NO FEE 
Time off between jobs when de- 
sired — work on these temporary 
jobs when convenient to ycHi. 
Phone now for interview and j<^ 
assignment, 627-3661. 

ManpowCT, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5-27-TPN 

43 Position Wanted—Famala 



Executive s«;retary with office 
management experience (k- 
sires Virginia Beach location 
—$75. up. Write box 119o 
Virginia Beach Sun. 

6-17-lT 



44 Position Wanted— Mair 



Painting wanted. Small jobs. In- 
terior or exterior. Call 428- 
7586. 

6-17-2T 



.',ii'ranrn?rriTt^ 



90 Aittcias For Sale 



4 piece silver service. Large 
tray. $40. Ency<?lopcdia Brifr- 
tanica, mildew pjfoof $85. 
Dinner ring. 237 Bay Q?lony 
Drive. Call 428-1049. 

6-10-2T 



Chie and 2 beckoom fundAed 
apartments. Year rounL QUI 
428-2724 or 428-6666. 

Austin's Cou^ Moiel Apart- 
ausn^ 206-19A Sbe^ ^- 
ciehcy apartnieaia. All utl^i 
fumi^M. Also, 4-room i^rt- 
msat awl funysbad raoan. 
Block ftom Bm Nation. Bjf 
««ek or nftonth. 



New awl modem, ooe andtwo 
bedroom apakmaift*. Low 
yearly ren^s, also weekly and 
monthly rentals. Cat 
428-6713. 

3-11-TFH 

Excqtfioiially nice 1 beckoom 
furnished apartment. Avai- 
able June 22nd. Larjge 
grounds, trees, itsidentiiri 
area. Annual lease. Can he 
seen by lyppointment Owner. 
428-2256. 

5-20-tfa 



1146 Aparfmants and 
Houft fo| Rant 



Wanted — ^h^«« or apartnteq^ 
to rent or sell. Summer renu^ 
needed. Cooper Realty, 206 f 
25th Sueet. 428-1330: Nights 
428-6833. 

3-2-TFN 

~~ FNAHPAL 



2ND AAPRTCACES 

ANY AMOUN1HFAST ^SVIOE 

ANCHOIt KEALTy 

CA •-743» ANnVMI 



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HAR0IN SCHOOi 
OF MUSIC 

IMnnir Hardia, Pirwl— 

^12 -35th Street 



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Umdon Brid^ - 22 }6 Paris 
Street Very me five ye»r old, 
3 bedkoomhWA^oalMealAl. 

Ptu^ - Gwa Brtd^ Road. Miw 
3 bedroom, IH Iwdi hm*» 
CA 2% acjre li^ «l $14^0^. 
LaifK MKs aw^ame. WiU 
bttttd to yx)« piMa m-^n^ 

ix)Bdoa^ki#Ba MalttiglwsK C»- 
4a«e« eiiLo«do» Mift ^aid. 
¥lem heipea fMK ooaimf' 
tion oa^^ wctt 4nMiad si^ 
with ci^ v/mx. Dmm md 
soon to ^h4. DaHut Con- 
MnieticA Corp., 340-8311, 
340-8191 or 428-3305. 

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W^m SUW, Thursday, June 17, 1965 



HOW TO FORNISH A 
IRMD MEUr KITCHEN 

**Wi«t*i oocdcingT' is a ques- Skillet (8 inch) — eggs, bacon. 



tttt M^ never faze a 
— ^ if die has the basic 
ifttM ef^ipoent to nirn out 

"Hcni^f^r, kitt ^ womra — 
Mdia, lvMles-40-be, and 
ipfl-^w^ litters, cousins, 
•irf frMb — ^t the Ht- 
at the thov^t of furnishing 
f jMrt new kitdMn. And no 
wMlerft 

I It*i iroit fun ai^ a great op- 
li^rtBiiky to be aMe to start from 
X^>l^ — but it's also a bit 
fWry. Some kitehen items can 
M dripped entirely for now — 
iAwt^, the bride will need two 
#r^rec of, in varying sizes. How 
do vou know which are which? 
And even if you can get a eood 
ftmic Ust <rf kitchen furnishings, 
il^ items are avaihible in a 
iuulii^t imty of different ma- 
iMIiUi. Which ones will make a 
M» cook glow — not gjower? 

ISOOSING COOKW 

MATBUALS 
Go^ iHio Mtljr know 
cocdcing say that if all 
ami p«Bs are made cS the 
material, it's much easi» 
M jw^ cooking times — and 
m avoM givif^ tiie poor ^oom 
^nw dni or a t<High brnk on 
tk veal cutlet <x tiver-alhd- 

,'WbeR choosing the tMsic ma- 
tttW for a cookware "wardrobe" 
fA 3»)undf these questicms: 

tit a good hMt (xmductor? Is 
e«y lo U^ dean — i^r- 
JWarty for a new h<MnenMker 
)An my aba .he a winking 
lltfe? b it good-looking enough 
» be bfo^t imMdIy to the ta- 
M wh^ ycMi entalain? And will 
Pimy ks gleaming good looks 
|btko,ut breakins. chipping 
Hfj^ pittag, rusting tx <hr- 



*^ilAi|i|li iMI, as many 
fcwnaniat e i aktmif Inow, re* 
^j^WH i^Mt Iha^HM vplDi^ of 
iiy oaemcm kttctai me^ It 

WtUPf to CtaHt.wWl Slldt^4UKl- 

«at» IreattMM, Me^ w> poiish- 
iai. te «ertti^i t» jaa^liig and 

^MH^SMHia ft' BOB mtttKnt and 

iUm$, SiiMen nteuils often 
faive wsppGt-elzd or aJaminum- 
^M ^sdam to ftirtiirii Ae even- 
U^g seeded fv top-of-die- 
Wwe eeciii^ ...<»- ci^iper or 
0mm3^ '» *'iaadwklie^*' be- 
1^^ ^^en ci Mainl«s. 
; ttee are many (tf^r vari- 
Mt Goctmkm 6tHn which to 
bm tliey tove ^«e 



sausage, hamburger (egg poach- 
er inset optional) 

Skillet (12-inch) — pancakes, 
pan-broiled meats, fried pota- 
toes 

Dutch oven (5-8 quarts) — 
pot roasts, stews, spaghetti, 
large quantity of any foods 

Pressure coker — pot roasts, 
stews, some vegetables, and 
homemade soups. Anything 
which otherwise r^uircs long 
cooking time. 

Roasting pan and rack ^- 
large and small roasts aiNl poul- 
try ,,: 

Kitchen tool set — serving, 
stirring, turning foods. Usual. set 
includes spoon, pierced spoon, 
fork, narrow fpatula, pancake 
turner, soup and gravy ladle. 

Kitchen knives "Basic Five" 
— utility knife, paring knife, 
narrow slicer, chef's knife, ser- 
ra|ed knife: staii^less steel 
knives, the most popular kind, 
don't stain or tarnish from food 
acids, hold their sharp edge 
longer 

Measuring spoons — V4 tea- 
spoon, ^ teaspoon, teaspcwn, 
tablespoon 

Measuring cups — % cup, 
% cup, n cup, r cup (or 
marked glass measuring cup) 

Mixing bowls — cake or 
cookie batter, stuffing, any mix- 
ing needs *« * 

Colander — i^lrfn)n| spag- 
hetti, noodles, rice, salad greens 

Grater — grating cheese, on- 
ions, iem<m p^, eabl»ge for^ 
cole slaw — ^^ ^^ — '- — — 




WlMt kind ot coolcing equipment i» bett calcaUtcd tfe 



put 



a gleam J n t)i« bride'i eye? Cooking i* eaiicr if all pot* mni pan* 
are of the tame material, experienced cooks ad«i«e; many modern 
brides tell their friends of their preferenc for durabis, eaty-cnre 
and handsome stainless steel. .tVlu=._ k^; 



Slatbim Off ToBankinc^ SchoftI 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Earl! cators, bank supervises, ajl 

fnc 



Slattum, vice president of I govwnmem oMcbih, >Dnring 

session, they wu ^ver au 
phases of bankii^, economics, 
law, government, and related 
subjects. 



V 

Virginia National Bank, mil 
return during June to The Ston- 
ier Graduate School of Banking 
at Rutgers - The State Umver- 
sity for his second summer ses- 
sion. The session will be held on 
the university's campus in New 
Brunswkk. New Jersey, June 14 
throuf^ 25. 

Mr. Slattum is one of \.\(Xi 
bank officers who will attend the 
two-jveek session of the schooj, 
which is sponsored by The 
American Bankers Association. 
This student body represents 46 
states, the District of Columbia, 
Puerto Rico and the Philippines. 

The Stonier Graduate School 
was founded in l^^^ by the 
A.B.A. to provide an oppor- 
tunity for advanced study for 
experienced bankers. The fac- 
ulty for the 1965 session num- 
bers approximately 100 out- 
standing bankers, lawyers, edu- 



To qualify for graduation, Mr. 
Slattum must aKend three of 
these summer sessions at Rut- 
gers. In additit^, he must com- 
plete two years of extension 
study at home aiui wr^e a thesis 
based upon original research in 
some phase of finance. 



GETS DEGREE 



VIRGINIA BEi\CH — Nan- 
cy Seillcr Tartutlon of 1633 
Parish Road graduated with a 
bachelor of arts degree from 
Ohio Wesleyan University , at 
Delaware, Ohio in that sc^hooFs 
1 2 1st commencement exercise 
June 13. 



mmmmsmmuum 

"Not In Th* 'Drink'-Sfop atid Thmk" 

IRTZ BAZAAR 

227 lit Colonial Rd. 
•UYS - :*:US - SWAK ANYTHtt^ 
On tho #pot cash 1^ all Iwniitvro 
Froo pickup or dali^^f 
Opon 9 TM f - Phono 428-70M 



MoteJ-Resort Managers 'Miiuiq; 

^IN, WOMEN OR COUNjS 

W« toseli jstt te ^yaUfy for •■ «xe«ll«Bt aaUnt p\— 7—* 
apartment as a nsotet-resort makager. Live and work ia a 
lecatioa ai^ cUaate ef yawr ckaiee. New noteU, katele|^rf 
t<e«erto mr* Mnf b^ilt avary ^y. HAany eppwtaai^av^ t^ 
maaafers And assistant managers. Yen will be trained af'ear , 
lvxBi7 aaotel. All a«es — Opeainc* eoaal to e^st. En|Mo)ra«Bt , 
asaiftatteei lew tailinn bud««tt teroM availaUe. WRITE NOW 
FOR PERSONAL INTERVIEW . . . GIVING TELEPHONE ' 
NUMBER TO . . . ) 

MOTEL MANAGERS TRAINING CORP. 

p. 0. BOX 2.11 
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA 




are ^jplied 
to TariQas ma^iids and are 
Upd^ tat mf ckBUhvp in cer- 
IMb mb <^ oo^^waie (sik^ as 
ibwevK, some 
tte adeea— «^oaHy sdek 
10- dttse. a^btd ntensils. 
^re mut be taken not 
p aHMA the mrface, «id all 
omtingi wQl weur out in 





tt tibe>, best heM con- 
st an tskti^. However, 
fh^Mr^MOBstts must be Uiud to 
oonMicn, aad the ont- 
nutla^ of (»^)ffware re- 
^bre spedbQ aue to keep flmn 
^^ rad Atey- 
. j^JiJBHlBiai u U^tweight and 
^oed to copper in hoA «>nduc- 
tt^. A w^mtMgt of alumi- 
ifen k t&« ft pin and discolors 
iilH aaBr la^tlriBg additicHmr 
iiit to kec^ it br^. 
'^Cmt km u diu-able, he^ 
(Metfy Md kcAk heat ««11. It is 

rny'iM pM(6as and ^m rust 
oai cared tbt properly.- 
/H^Mi eoskmatt is available 
fir botii tc^Mrf-^ ranee and 
Qv» coiMag. Glass al^orbs and 
^h heM anril, bm will break 

rtAVlirOUGOTi 

• -A LmuE usn 

WMem kind of cookware 
■atcrial the bri^ favors, she'll 
te SMne t^ic equipment. 
1^ a checklist that can be 
»«»jhe)< shopping. The wise 
will also show jt to her 
ends — ao sbeMI avoid being 
with too many cas- 
diahea— -and no sauce- 
at'all! 



taocepan (l-qmut) ->- ve%' 
nk», loupt, sau»B, h<A ^r- 
. poiSdings. 

<%uc8pan (2-qu«r0 — same 

{ above — ^luper amoui^ 

■" (d'^iaait) — <^p 

; meatt cocked in 

(, amaB^ n^ts^ 

oa«r te4 (2 or 3 

■oda not ^sM ovtt 

tat, locii at ed^ l^p, 

3MitBd rhpffp ^^$if^ 



Meat thermometer — roast- 
ing meat, poultry "to a turn" 

Covered casserole dish — 
macaroni and cheese, all cas- 
serole dishes, meat loaf; doubles 
as i^getable serving dish 

Baking or cookie sheet — 
owkies, biscuits, pizza, rolls— 
ready-to-bake and frozen as 
wetl as hom^ade 

Tea kettle — tea, instant cof<- 
fee, bcmiUon, uid boiling water 
for various uses 

Coffecmaker 4-cup (electric 
or toil-bf-stow) — daily use (1 
or 2 co^ee drinkers) 

O^eqpiaker 12-cup (electrk:) 
— larger amounts, , company. 
Stainless is a good idea on two 
counts: its easy cleanability 
helps insure perfect coffee, and 
its gleaming good looks have 
"company manners" 

Tiogba — touting bread, 
English muffins 

Can open^ (electric or wall 
model) — the housewife's friend 
Oaaoaal 
^bctric aciUet, Rotisserie 
(oonveirtional or open smoke^ 
kss), mixer, electric knife sharp- . 
ener, waffle ir<m, blender, pie 
|Mns, cake pans, muffin pans, 
food clu^per, and tea strainer. 



If you furnish a brand-new 
kitchen with the aid of this list, 
you're bound to be a beautifully 
equipped as well as a beautiful 
bride — or a highly popular gift- 
eiver! To maintain yo^r stain- 
less reputation for uncommon 
kitchen sense, .however, there's 
one other item you should coh- 
sidef: Both brid^; and groan> 
wiH bless the day she acquired 
a good, encyclopedia-type cook- 
book. 



LOCAL STUDENTS 
EARN VPI DEGREE 

The following Virginia Beach 
residents graduated Sunday 
from Virginia Polytechnic In- 
sTlTute in the schoors 93rd afl' 
nual commencement exercises:^; 

Thomas L. Ackiss, bachelor 
of architecture; Samuel W. 
Bownas, fo^estrv and wildlife; 
Robert C. Courain, Jr., business 
administration; Elizabeth D. 
Deal, master of science in man- 
agement, housing and family de- 
velopment; Peter H. Farmer, 
chemical engineering; Elizabeth 
Ann Lee, clotliing-. textiles and 
related arts; Elijah F. Moore, Jr., 
bachelcff of architecture; Herbert 
R. Moore, civil engineering; 
William W. Oliver V., master of 
science in animal science; Lurell 
V. Scojlt, political science; Al- 
fred M. Tripp, business admin- 
Btration; Charl^ T. Vaughan, 
industrial engineering; Howard 
E. Whitehead, electrical engin- 
eering; Paul D. Wilkes, Jr., bus- 
iness administration; and Thom- 
as N. Wood, Jr., business ad- 
ministration. 

— ^ 

GETS DIPLOMA 

Bruce Mills of 1117 Trant- 
wood Ave., received a bachelor 
degree from the College of Lib- 
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35ih £& at H<My Rd 
H. Wad^ Watan, Pa^r 

9:30 a^n— Sunday Sdxxd 
<l:UO am.— Mormng Woraliiy 
6:15 p.m. TraJning Unkm 
7:30 p.m. — Eveoiof Serviof 
Elding Scrvi(x« 30 miiHitw lM« 
May 13 - Se(^ 15. 



RAI^IDE RAPTIST CHURCS 

IMU Fleastre Hi 
PMtOf JaiM V, 

8:30 A 11:U0 a.m.— WailriR Sante 
Sunday Scboo^y:10 JTwiO IS. 
S:OU pjB. — Is^raoin Sarvios 



' PRINCESS A^NE PLAZA 

HAKl^r CUUKIU 
« Pattor^Kav. Maivia 

243 Kosemo^ Rontf 
II a.111. A 7.3U j^A.— Wonkip 

Services. 
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6:13 pA. — Tnumag Uiuoa 



•EACULAWN BAPIBT CUUROi 

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Plkoae^t.2004 
9:45 i^v.^-jjiSday Scteul 
H a.m. — Motang Servioa 
8:30 pja.—ltmBii^\Jmm.^^^ 
tM p.in.— — ^fcA^auag Servioa 
7:3« pan.— Wed. I'layw b«rviM 

FAITH BAPTIST CBURCS 

6111 Va. BeK:li Blvd., tkxtoOt, V« 
n«d M. PMH.ItebNr 

9:45 a^n.— Suad^' Sctool 
U:OU ajD.— Mormm W<wal# 

6:M t^n^— FiUa«iiilf Hmtf. 

7 JO pjL— Owning Servieaa 

GRACE BREtmiEN CStROi 

Great NedL tt BUtop 
A-UaroM AwiiMjaa, Pi 
10.-00 ajD — Sumtav Sdbooi 
11:00 aJB.— Wordiip Servis|, 
7:30 pjD. — Evmiog Scrvtak 

MOUNT OUVK 
RAPIWr CHURCH 
Ibv. T. M. Wa 

9:30 ajD.— Church Scfaool 
11:00 aja.-.4iiania« WonUp 
1:30 pja.r-E^mum Worahip 




V tfT. MATTHEITS 

CATHOLIC CHURCH 

1010 SandTit Lane, Virpnia BeM:h 
Father Oftara and Father Flmllay 

Sainmer Masa^: 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 

and 12:00 
ConfesnoB each Saturday 4:(K) p.m. 

to 5:00 pjn. and 7:00 to 8:00 pjo. 

UCEAMA^URCH 

OF IHE NAZARENE 

S. Court Houae Rd., OcMaa. Va 

Pari A. AMrkh, PMat 
9:45 ji.m,— Sunday Scteel 
10:45 ajB.— Mmiiac Wonh^ 

TBMnjt, £MANUEL 

25th and taMic. Vlifiiila Beudi 

7:30 am.— Servk^a Mon.-Pn. 
8:15 ^jn.^Fnday-SaUMth Servkea 
10:00 a.m.— Sat-Sabboth Sej-nce 
8:00 ajn. — Servicet Sundi^' 

EMANUAL 
LUTHERAN CHURCH . 
Kanaeth A. Price, Pastor 

Lyon Shorei Driva 
at Va. Beaefi iltd. 
9:10 a.ai.— ^iBJ^ Clateh 

Schoel. 
10:30 ».iB. WonWp l4tirie« 

(nursery prodded) 
6:30 p.m. — Luther League 



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ALL KINDS 

S106 PACIFIC AVENUE 

Virtiaia Baacli, Vi^faiia 
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BAPTBT CHURCH 

Oreaawefl Rd. A L^evkw Dr; 
Biyiide, 
Ba*. DmM ft 
9:45 ajn.— Su 

11.-00 BJa.-4Uhhm UNaih^ 
7:45 pja. Pymlm WenNp 

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WOHaCAt tUTH E RAW -^ 
CHURCH of Mm GOOD mEPMERD 
HSO'Laskia Road 
Rev. DldHM W. Tayiar 

8:80 a.m. — Worship , 
a.m. — Church School 
a.m. — Worship 
(Nursery Provideil) 
p.m. — Luther Leagoar 



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LUTHSRAlNf CHUKH 

Bay lake Pinea, Bs^ide 
enneth R. Car6a^, Pastaar 

8:15 a.m. — : Worship Serrica 
9:30 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worship Servie* 



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M14 Virfinla Baach Bo«laTar4 
ADMIRAL — RCA — ZENITH™ 
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Tiint marks the beginning of life. It measures the growOi of anr bodies. Itpro* 
^^l^deaopportuni^ for our wnkaad play. Ur«vaBisteaiQttrhuBaaUmitati(as.Asd 
Ihra, <»M day, Time leavsa US fadiiad . . . 

But God k the orifin of life. He raeasuns tiis growth trf our souk He provide 
•ur rtra^th and f<Hvives our weakness. He revsaJs to ua His lim^ess Love. And, 
' d^l^af tB laavs n bdtin^ CM baekona us on -^ avn kqnad tin eirda at 



lOioe 

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BAffTttT CHURCH 

Loodm tridpt VinUa 
G. mtmm4 SSmJSm 

8 :30 a.m.-AJ|M^u WerahiB 
9:45 mML-maWm^ 
11.-00 mm,—Mouhm l^nUp 
6:30 p j&.TtakiDi Uain 
7:30 pjB.— fivniac WoiAip 



MUftMft CnJKM 

b Mncen Aiiai QnMir oa Hfy tlS 
Vi mite {«st Ooa^ Air 

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T. I. T^a, IM^ M 1 

9:45 Aja.—Smi^^sihaiA 
11:45 tLOL—WmSf s««to 
7:30 pjB.— EvtBtat S«rviei 

KEMfSVILLE SAttlEr CHUKH 

7120 
A. D. 
9:45 ajn. 
11:00 ajB. 
8.-00 pjB.— L 
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BArrist^miCH 

Rair. Robert N. Wwaa^ PaslMT 

Va. Beach mv4 tiMag 

Princesa Anna Blgii feaooi 

8:30 a.m.— Montaff Wofship 

9:30 a.m. — Siutfiv'iM^et 

11:00 a.Bi.— ]|««^^1^dy» 



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11:00 ajn.— Mc 
6:30 pjoa.— Tr 
7:30 pm.- 
7:30DJn.-4iU-WMk aervica. Wed. 





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rmSINiA BEACH 
mniOOlBT CHURCH 

M/-Um iMieet 

Itov. R«?ad|)r fthf 

1:30 ajD. — Wonli9 Service Summet 

9:45 •.aL-Onck Sdiool 
IIM 

THALIA METHODBt CHURCH 

inoe Ave. & Va. Beach Blvd. 
WIIUa» L. AslMr, Pastor 

9:45 a.m.— Sunday Sdiool 
10:45 ajn.— Worship 




FOUNDRY MEIHODBT 
CHURCH 

Vfa^^ria Baadi I^toKwnd^ Lyaabavai 

Dm|^ With, tmtur 
8:4S ajB. aod 11 ajn, 
9:45 a.in.— Omrdi Sobo^ 
iaO PA.— Y outh M towMp 

KKCHJMDVB 
MKWaMffCHPRCH 

H/^ R. immhatm^rmtimr 

10:00 a.m. — Church Sebool 
11:1S •.m. — Morning Worahip 



FRANCIS AMURY 
mpODBT CHURCa 

^mt Neck Road 
LalUr Davts. Mlalstor 

9:45 a.ai.— Churah Sdiool 
11^ a.m.-4tiomi^ WorsUp 



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FBLOfnair lAPnsT church 

419 Glenoid Rm^ Ncalbtk 2. Va. 
Iter. Chariaa T. BiaAlria, Paator 

11:00 tJB. MioiBhn Worship 
7:30 pjB.— ^veiriaf Worahip 



sr. GKMQomr ma great 

CA3H0UG church 

7271 VliBiBto B6K«i Blvd. 
ImbIm AMirikchio, OJ.B. 
tm. I.-QO, 9:30. 11:00, 12:30 
oe Shtonlay 7:30-8:30 



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KACKWATER BAPrUT 

anjMH 

Ror. Ralph L. Hora 
10.-00 ftJB.— ^nfaqr School 
11:00 •m.-Moaio$ WorMp 
'teriu God and iw Onnmuott} 
e^BM^water Saoe 1784" 

IaBERNAOR MriHOMST 
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Ml 

4Mf Mtot Colaaial Roa4 
R«r. H. Work Cnrrr, Pastor 
9:45 a.n.—Oinireh Schod 
11:00 a.m.— Msmin Worrii^ 
7:30 pjB.— Youth FeUowA^ 

BAVGOOD MBkMRIAL 

mfthodist church 

4713 Haygood Road 
lenus G. iyoax. Jr.. Pastor 

9:46 a.m. — Church School 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Worship 



BAYLAJUE METHODBT CHURCH 

Shore Dnve at Treasure iaiaiid Dr. 

Bxj^side 

Raymoad E. Massor, MiaUtor 

8:30 A 11 a.m.— Worahip Sovka 

9:45 a.m.— Siuiday Sdiool 



CHARITY MEn«»IST CHURCH 

&wk^ay, Vhr^ia 
Rev. WUttuB A. Moea, ft. 

10:00 a.m.— Oburcii Sdwot 
11:00 ajn,— Momkic Wonhlp 

SALIM METHODIST CHURCH 

PryKeas Anne, Virsinia 
ilav. F^Birii O. JiBHa 

10:00 aj&.—MonMnt Worahip 
11:00 a-m.—OMirdi Sdiool 
7:30 pjo.- Youth FeUowriiip 



COMMUNTTY METHODBT 
CHURCH 

Aeradaie — KenMvilla 
Aar. John L. KiUor. Jr. 

9:45 a.m.— ClHirch Sdiool. 
11:00 a.m.— MftfniiM Wonhlp 
7:30 p.ffl.— You^ Kilowai# . 



tYNNHAYEN METHODBT 
CHURCH 

UtUe Nrck Ro«l 
Rot. Oscar V. Rodrinoa, Pastor 
10:00 a.pi. — Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wor^p 



NIMMO METHODBT CHURCH 

Mneeaa Anne, Vii|i!iia 

Rev. Fnuk O. laaiaa 

10:15 ajB.— C^uixah School 
11:15 UB.— Moraii4 Woiriijp 



GAULEB IP&COPAL CHURCH 

40th anl Padfic-GA 8-3573 
The Rav. EUtmmi laiftair» Raciaa 

8 a.m. — Holy Communion avai^ 

Sunday 
10:00 a.m. — Moniing prayer and 
Bar m on. (Holy Com* 
manion every 4Ui Saa- 
day.) 
10:00 a.m.— 1st Sunday Holy 

Communion 
10 a.m. — Church School Glasses. 
10:00 a.m. — ^Thursday Holy 

Communion 
10:30 a.m.^ — Healing Service 

OLD DONATION 
CMBCOPAt CHURCH 

4^ Mlleb Duck Rm4 Bayiite 
8:00 tm.~Mf Conmioleo 
(BMstft awte mimi't vacayon) 
10.-00 a^n.— 4|dfi|fiit Pnytt and 
SwiB aB pw ljr CbffifflUDioB oa 



PRINCE OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

(Missouri Svood) 

424 Kings Grant Road 

Rev. I. Elmer Medl^, pMtor 

8:00 ajn,— Divine Wora^ 

9:15 a.m.— Sunday Sobo<d and 

Bible Clasa. 
10:30 ajn. — EMvinw Wraibip 

Commnmoni let aai--te< 
—•Sunday.' ,,. >..,.-..^^-:-^,«*^aip... 

° KntG-S GRANT 
% mEBBYHSRlAN CHI^CA 

(Now oKctlng ta the King's Qiaat 
Elementary Schocri). 
R ay aiaa i C mmm, Paatov 
9.50 a.m — Sunday School 
11:00 a.A.— Moraii« Woiship 




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Loadoi BridHa, ^i. aai 
Mth Stmt A Arctic Araaaa 
) VfaiMa Beach 



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■AVBOHI PRKBYTERUN 
CHUMCH 

Near Robbfaa Cocner 
Rar. I. B. Jaiwaa. P«l8ff 

V:45 a.n.— Sooday St^ioel 
il:UU a.m. — Mommg Worah^ 



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THALU TRINITY 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

Now meeting ia tt» 
TliaMa Bemanlary Sdiool 
IrvlBt R. Blahfta* MUatw 
9:30 a.m.— Moralog Wkinhip 
10149 ajB.— Ouvdi Sdnd 



BOW CREK 
niEaYTERLkN CHURCH 

Roaan<Mt Road aod Itsza Trail 

Waata I. MBIar. Mlalatar 
9:48 a.m.— Suodw School 
11:00 ajn.— OhiineA Servtoa 
LYNNHAVEN 
PRESBYTBRLiN CHURCH 
Lynnhawen ViUace 
Rev. MmIob R. WaM. Ar., MiaMai 
9:45 ajn.— duuvh Sdiool 
11:00 a.m.— Moraiw. Worship 
€:}0 pja.— Youth FaUowshk) 
6:30 p.m.— Pioaear FetowAip 
7:30 p.m.— EvaalBf Wonhip 



OCEANA CURB MARKET 

VIRGINIA BEACH BLVD. AT OCEAMA 

Country Cuzad BaeoBr Haaaa A Shooldan 

Fraah Fraita, Veg«tabl«i, 

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Asm. Viigfaia 
Rot. p. S. SImII. Miaiator 

9:45 «4n<— Omrck Sdxxrf 
lim aoa Mornini Woeddp 



HAYGOOD METHODBT 

CHURCH 

8149 BayshoK Road 

SdMdple of Servicea 

Each Sunday 

Worship Services: 8:30 a.m., 9:45 

a.m., and 1 1 a.m. 
Cbun^ School for al age groups: 

9:45 a.m. 

Second ^ssicm of C^fdi ScfMxrf ft 

11, a.m. for childrm op dirough 7m 

grade and adults. 

Methodist Yooth Felkjwship: 7 p.m, 

for young people— 7ih, 8lh and 9A 

gRU^ in Junic- Hi^ Group and 

tOlh grade up f »r Seoiot Groiqi. 

Mrienita weknmod 



LSKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

•880 VirjlBla Boaeh Blv4 

Rov. C. KatOB Gray 

Early W<»-ship Sarvlca 8:30 a.m. 
Church Sebdol 9:4S a.u. 

Late Worahip Servica 11:00 a.m. 
Voth Fellowship 6:00 p.m. 

BBTHHL METHODWrr CHURCH 

Pria^jBaa Aana 

Roy R. JacksoB,' Pastor 

10:00 a.m. — Mornipg Wbrship 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 



PLAZA METHODIST CHURCH 

208 Plaaa Trail 

Herbert G. Hobhs, Pador 

9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Worrfiip Service 
7:00 p.m.— Youth FeUowsh^ 



ARAONA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Now Meeting In Louise Luxford 

Elomontary School 

N. C CLIFTON. Pastor 

9:45 a.m. — Sunday School 
1 1 :00 a.m. — Morning Worship 
6:30 p.m.— Traiiiing Union 
7:30 p.m.— Evening Worship ' 
7 :30 p.m. — Wed. Prayer Meeting 



BMMANUBL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 

ass Bowtaaa Bo^ 
Rev. Cltorloe R. McGialoy, lUetsr 
8:00 A.M, — Holy Coauannion 
10:00 A.M.—Boly Comttuaien 

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taraiM ^yer (2 A 4 Sun.) 
Chuneh SfAoj>t lollowa the 10:00 
A.1C Sarvli^ Nonary aarrica la 
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1200 Aiaaoaa Beolavard 
M. Uaad Daday, MIMar 

8:30 ajB— Wo^ip tad Claudi 
Sdiool 

9:30 a.m.— Wonhlp tad Chuzch 

SdMM^ 

11:00 ajn.— WonMp and Chuicfa 
ScbooL 



W. A. WOOD, inc. 

CoaaaslMloB Agoal 

Humblo ,OU A Rofiaiag C^ 

Fuel Oil and Keroaena 

Dial GA 8-338S 



KNOnsmAND 
MEHTODBT CHURCH 

KoattM Idand, N.C 
Mkart C. mtA, MhMar 

1(^00 ajn.-r€baii^ Sdvnl 



ST. FRANCIS' 
EPISCOPAL MISSION 
Rev. CliQrtoa E. Cr^gar 

Vlcar^<:bwa« 

509 Rosement Road 
J Virginia Beach, Va. 
9:15 aki.— <:%uitii Schod 
10:15 ajn.— Wofdvp Servwa 
Niuaaiy Pionifod 



EAVrailN IRCMIK CHAPEL 

B. Mollay Saaders, Rector 

8:00 a.m.— Hdy CooMnumon 
9:00 a.m.— Family Service and 
Morning Prayer (3rd Sunday 
Holy (^ommuni<Mi) 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Prayer, sermtm 
(1st ^uadAy Holy Conununioo) 

Srr. NICHOLAS 

catikilik: oiurch 

Little Neck Rd. KIm's Grai^ 
Rev. Nkbobu I. RiActs 
Stinday Masses 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. 
Confesaons: 4 to 6 p.m. Satuiday 
Qatechisia CSass: 10 to U Si^«l*y 
%i^Msffi: Alter 8:M ajn. li«a«i 



PIROT PREaYTOIAN CHURCH 
Jaka S. Ly1o«.?altor 

PmWc AvetNie at 3M Street 
9:45 a.ak.-<%HKb SdKKd 
IIKIO a.m.— MotiMg Wan^v^n 
Nareary Saipvko Pravidod 



CALVARVPiinYTERIAN 

First Stree*, Glenrock, Norf<*i 
E. Cnm^ Cooley, Paaler 
9:45 a.m.— Church Schocri 
11:00 a.m.— Morning Wor^p 
6:30 p.m.— What-NoU Feltowdiip 
6:30 p.m.— Pioae« Fettowaiup 
6:30 pjn.— Young Peon's Mkm- 



HIRSCHLErs 

Hirsehlor's bas suMlals for all tbo famly. 

It's timo to tkiak of sannor saadals ... so 
for real barefoot froodoBs cbobie from oar 
f aa in tbo saa sandals. Priced from 2.99. 

Aracona Sb«^iag Coator 
8040 Virfinia Boacb Blvd., 497.033B 



STAR OF THE SEA 
CATHOLIC CHURCH 

14dl St. and Ardnc Circle 

Rar. PiwMfa V. Baobricfc 

Sunday Massea 

Winter 8:00, 9:30, 11:00. 12:15 

Summer (June 1 - Labor Day) 

7:00. 8:00, 9:00,10:00. 11:00, 12:00 
Holy Days, 6:00. 7:00. 9:00, aad 

6;30 p.nL - 
Confeasioas. 4K10 to SKW and 7:00 to 

8:00 p.m. Siriuniay 
Weckdwr Masaai. WInte-. 6dQ» 8:45 



CHURCH OF GOD 

620 14th Strart 
Bobby H. Sama, Paalar 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.— MomaH WinUp 
7:30 AM.— Eveolog WmUp 

ASSEMBLY CM^ GKID 

Virginia Beeach Botdevwd 
_ East Lane — Oceana 
Rtov. Sannd p. B^cr, Jr., 

9:45 a.m.— Chuni Sdwtrf 
11:00 a.m.— Moramt Wot^^ 
7:30 pjn.— EvaogeU^c ServJM 

PENTHKOOTAt 

cHuiKH OP aimsT 

15th St and Bidtic Ava. 
^ ENoed Kan. IMav 
See otber AwA li^big* on 



PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING & 
ELECTRICAL SUPPUERS, Inc. 

2 Locadoaa To Serve Yoa — Radio DiapL l^acta 

431 Viigtada Reach Blvd. — iMal 428.1M8 
• Priacosa Aaaa^ia«ioa — Dial 428.8216 



ROSEWOOD MEAAORIAL PARK, INC. 

CEMETERY 

PRINCESS ANNE MEMORIAL PARK 

CEMETERY 
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«6 . 17Hi St., V«. iMch, v.. fhom ^ §^11 

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Savings and Loan needs. 

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VIROINIA BEACH — Jwt 
tad Adamt Pillsbury, 613 Met* 
itows Driv^ received a Doctof 
(4 Medicine degree at the June 
6^ Commencement of the Uni- 
vlWity of R<x*ester. He studied 
M the university's School o| 
Medicine and Dentistry. 

Dr. Pill^ury, who fomj^riy 
liwd ill Honolulu, took his un- 
dei^adu|te de^^ at CHirtmouth 
College, ^rnir^ a Bachelor of 
Arts in 1961. 

He will serve a Rotating In- 
ternship at' Norfolk General 
Hospital. 



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When rKwcomers move to 
town, ottr Hostess greets them, 
anci extends a welcome, with 
the personal mes.sages of wir 
friendly; civicminded ^xin- 
sors. 

NEWCOMBtS GREETING 
Mrs. Margarvf Lowmair 

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aaadlal tka (lreta«a tkajr Bia4« racantly. Over i8 8 itMclcnta took part in tha annual f aihion ihow 
Wa4hMa4a]r an Um achoal l«%ni. TIm tawntk t'''^* mafia dreaioi, the aimtk |ra4e aprons and the 
(Iftk gri^iM JiaphirMl lavadry b*fa nndl pilKw cmm. 

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ATTENTION HOME OWNERS 

NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMAU 

ly Asphalt & Chemical Company jkjw Iras a'new" 
PAVING SPECIALISTS IN DRIVEV^AYS, .PARKING AREAS 
^ - V - . AND PATCHING / *^ ^ \ .. 

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VIRGINIA BEACH — A 

new-type, safer-to-use insecticide 
is now available for use on 
shade trees and ornamental 
plants, according to information 
released l>y Aldridge and Cham- 
bers, Inc., Virginia Beach ex- 
teiminators. Sevin carbaryl in- 
secticide, a carbamate compound 
that is different from chlorinated 
hydrocarbons or phosphate ma- 
terials, is registered by the 
U.S.D.A. for 5)ntrol of insects 
that attack shade trees, plants 
and lawns around the home and 
flowers, fruits, and vegetables ifr 
home gardens. This pesticide is 
ivgistered for use on more than 
90 different crc^ to control 
over 160 pests. 

' "Sevin offers wider margins of 
safety for the user and |iis 
neighbws," reports Lee E. 
Qiambers of the Aldridge and 
Chambers firm. "Test's show it 
is less hazardous to humans, 
livestock, pets and fish than 
many other commercial pesti- 
cides. In fact, research indicated 
Sevin is 200 times less toxic to 
goldfish than DDT." 

Some insects affecting home 
property that are controlled by 
Sevm include elm leaf beetle, 
Japanese beetle, boxelder bug, 
tent C9terpil)ar, soft scale in- 
8«rts, bagworms, and birch leaf 
miner. Mr. Chambers pointed 
out that this safer4o-use material 
Is also very effective in stopping 
lawn chinch bui^ and other in- 
sects that attack lawns. Oiinch 
b\t^ harass homeownors and 
groundskeepers in summ&r by 



severely damaging lawns, golf 
courses, parks and otHbr grassy 
areas. 
Recent registration by 



A stiiunuT v.uMtidii is as iin|>iirtant to hiuise platUs as it ifrto*^, 
the hnnieim tier. I'.ut tu i,'et a rrally restful stimmer, plants n«a^ 
to travrl only as far as your gardt-n. Thf outdoor life dqrin^ 
sniiiiner gives lunise plants a chance to relax in the fresh air. s^- :, 
shine, and rainfall. By autumn they will be in p>ed conditio* ^' 
survive the winter indoors. . ' 

Indoors or out, plants still imist have a certain amourtiel • 
care. Here are sonic vacation recnnimend.itions for Hmise ptatyU:: 
I'hc time to set 1 «MJ44e , plants in the garden is nwl-spfing when the. '• 
sun is vvarniing air aiid earth, and it is fairly certain that wartttth 
is here to stay, hirst of the preliniinarv steps is to discard plants 
no longer useful, including those which have overgrown the spftce* 
they occupy and are heyond .salvation by pruning. Surgery will 
lielp other plants to regain synnnetry or to keep them compact. If 
the |)lant is routlKUincl an dneeds more growing room, it nittst be 
givqn a larger jx>t in which to expand. 

Before the fwts are set outside,, inspect them for insects. As a 
precaution, lay the plants on the side and squirt water and insec- 
ticide solution on the un<ler side of the leaves. 



.Select a garden area for the p<its ahead of time. For conven- 
ience, grotip plants in a bed which provides a variety of condkionsT'" 
full sun for cacti, snccnlcnts. amarylis, and geraniums; partid • 
shade for .azaleas, C hristnuis cactus, and orchid cactus; and fall 
shade for foli.ige plants ui general. The location might be eear. a 
U.S.D.A. aWw^s '^ Sevin te'b^high-hm»kd^^ ^. or da« 

to a building. 1 f one loeatu)n fails to provide all conditicms, scatter 
the plants in garden borders. 



used by pest control operators 
in controlling cockroaches, ants, 
earwigs and millipedes in and 
around homes, apartments, ho- 
tels, restaurants, institutions, 
food processina; plants and farm 
buildings (except dairy fbarns) 
and in municipal and recreation 
areas^ -^.,«OT.B^^l ^l^^H -^-L « ^■ ..-^ -^ 8 j a ^ * 'BBg5Bgigg? 

Sewin has been foutsd4o-be 
highly effective as a spray or 
dust tp control northern fowl 
mite, chicken mite, lice and 
fleas on chickens, turkeys, ducks, 
geese, game birds and pigeons. 
It may also be used for control 
of ticks, lice, fleas and horn 
flies and suppression of stable 
flies on beef cattle, horses, 
sheep and hogs. 

"This newer «»npouBd will 
relieve the worry of some home- 
owners about the safety of in- 
secticides applied to control 
harmful pests in urban areas," 
Mr, Chambers stated. "Some 
cities — such^as Sacramento, 
California, and states — New 
York, for one — have used Se- 
vin successfully in insect eradi- 
cation uprograms wi<thout harm 
to liumans, wildlife, pets cf 
fish." 

"However," cautions Mr. 
Chambers, "befdre usine anv 
pesticide, STOP AND READ 
THE LABEL! Then be sure to 
follow directions carefully." 



The plants will not need frequent watering if pots are set in 
the ground or bed prepared with peat moss or sand. Set the 
|K>ts just deep enough so the rim shows Above the soil. Surround 
the Im.se with cinders or gravel for drainage. Plants should be set 
so they will not root over ix)t rims or through drainage holes. 
Give the jiots an occasional half turn to prevent the plants grosving 
» one direction — toward the sun. During a bng, ^ pitiod 
plant,s mu.st be watered, but normal rainfall whl ktt^ diem n^Mrt 
enough. A thriving plant will probably require fertilizer during the 
summer. Use a liquid or dry plant f oor, and follow numufacturer's 
directions. 

A normal house plant needs nothing more for a 'healthful 
vacation than the great outdoors. Try these practices with your 
plants and see how they thrive. * ' 



JChttCOh Listings Cont'd. 



CARROW BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. GARY B. THOMPSON 
MinUtor ' 

9:45 a.Bi. — Sunday €choo] 
11:00 a.in. — Worship Service 
6:45 p.m. — Vesper Service 
6:30 p.m. — Traininip Union 
9:45 *.m.— Sumtoy Sdwol "• 
!1H)0 u4n.—Moniaff Wonchip 
7:30 p.m. — EvsoceMstic S^vloe 



^ ..^ FRIQ*<DS HEKTINO 
(Qmlcer) 

9:43 «.iB..-4iiadiF 9ehotA 
11:00 a.in.— Madtfaia tor 
Wonl# 



KALA CSIURCH OW CBRBT 

• Creeds, Virginia Beakh, Va. 
W. T. Weaver, MiDitter 

(0:00 a.in.~Bible Sdbooi 
14:90 a.m.— Monwjg Wonhip 
6^45 Youth Proffram 
7:30 poi. — Eveninst Wonfaip 



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CHUKCH OF r»m?^ 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd. fic» -na, V* 

Roy N. WiUoB, Mlnittir 
lO-.OO f.m.— Bible Shidy 
11:00 a.ni.— MoTiMBt Woraiiip 
-7:00 p.m. — Eveninr Womhip 



FIRST CHURC H OF CHRIST 
aCJENTST 

209 ■ 20th St. 

11:00 a.m.— Ohurch Service 

8:00 p.m.— Wedneadav Service 

OCEAN PASK 

COMMUNITY tnWRCH 

hml E. McCaDiWilh. IVM. Partm 

DuFoat Citx:le. Baynde, Va. 
9:45 a.in.-:»ble School 
11:00 a.m.— Mommg WonUp, 
7:30 pjn.->Fa(nly NtiM Servk* 



ST. MARX A.M.E. CRDRCM 
' Ortf 
Rev. D. P. Pdt«% fmitm 
9:30 am.— Sunday Sclwdl 
11:00 a.m.— WonMp Senie* 

onosvuM Cannes 

Diaciplei of Ohm 
;700W. Hades Rm4 
IMkCxtAVmtf 
G. DavM Anefia, ~ 

8:43 a.m.— W(Mih|p Senrioe 

9:45 a.ffl.-^SDiiday SdboA 

11:00 a.m.— Wortfii^ Soviet 

6:30 p.m.— Youth <kwf§ 



•AYSB>E CHKBriAN (^IBCH 

(OongwiptiowQ 

Shores Dr*ve Mid OnBeawfB Road 

Eari L. Fanrdi, Mrirtor 

9:4S «.m.— Wonbip Senrieo 
9:45 i.ta — Stanly Setooi. 

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PHONE GA 8.1029 2013 PACIFIC AVENUE 

PHONE Kl 8.6843 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA. 



YIROIMA BEACH 
COMMUNITY CHAPia, 

\AsV\n Rd.. Lattiom Bay 
Rev. Richard Woodward, Pastor 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRBT 

kJBURBAN CHRISTIAN 
CHURCH 

111 Lo6ou^ Ave.. Bellamy M(vior 
Virginia B^cb, Va... 
Rev. J. Frederick Pai*-» 
9:45 a.m.— ^nday Sckod 

n-nn nm Momine WnrAto 

9:45 a.m.— Sundbiy Schod 
1 1 :00 a.m. — looming Worship 
\*M a.m. — Children's CtMiroh 
7:30 p.ra.^-Evcdiig Service 

LYNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHURCH 

(CongreiiatioBal Chrittlan) 

Great Nsck Road near SKore I>r. 

The Rev. The. H. Britton, Miniitar 

9:45 a.m. — Church School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Wordiip 

7:.10 p.m. — Pil?rrim Fellowship 

NuTSTy for small children 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 
. CHURCH 
New Mootbic At 
JoUi B. Do7 WXmmmmUn^ SeNol 

^ Jl. Staaitmi Waia, PmAot 
Morning Wonhip — 10':00 AJf. * 
Chaich Seliool~ll:lfi AJf. 



PE MBROK E MANCm 
UNTIED CHURCH 

(CmipvRatiouI Chriatin) 
Meetii^ in Femlbroke Manor 
Elementuy Schoi^ 
Rev. ChMks F. Pefnoi 
9:30 ajn.— Cfianh Scbool 
10:30 ajn.— Wtoiite 

Nursery irt ail eer^bM 



ST. AIDAN'S 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

King'* Graat Rd. A EAabwck Dv, 

Slady 34I'473&~-Offieo S4«-<4M 

Rev. L. 3. Taylw, Jr^ Vlwr 
fOa.ra.— 

'Boly Gonamimlon 1st & 3rd Son. 
Morning Vrvftx ottM? Snadbiys 
Shoreh Sehool eoi^nRenl; iMk 
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CORNQtSTmiE BAPTIST 

(CoBserratiye Baptiat) 
Rev. Parker Yooag 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhaven Colony 
10:00 a.m.— Sunday SctKxd 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Servico 
7:30 p.m. — Evening Service 
7:30 p.m. — Wednesday Evraiof 
Servicea 



SCHOLARSHIP VEREFIED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 
Ford Foundation has >«rified 
the awarding of felloM^^bips and 
scholarships to five Vffginia 
Beach students. '^ 

Walter G. Green h2» received 
the National M<dt SkAolandii^ 
a 4-year undei^radiMte] s^^^> 
ship that goes to talemed hi^' 
school seniors Klectj^ in a itk- 
tionwide competiti^. 

^nleigh H. Jones «u 
awarded the Fordcn Area Fd- 
lowshlp. a graduate felloi;^^) 
for students in the humankte 
and social 9cieiK:es for advanosd 
study on Africa, Asia, tte Near 
East, l^atin AamKa, and tte. 
Soviet Xkikm md East Eorc^. 

Woodnm ^^300 IMoMd 
Fellov^ifM fvmA to Mittotal 0. 
Scully, Mndiael B. SHAbmi, ai^ 
Honas D. Supdr. Tlieie fint- 
year fpradugte ftOtnnlMlpt an 
awiffded for ootstao&g eoOi^ 
seinftN^ studying Ibr eoOece- 
teiK^hteg cafoan and doctoral 

UliW4URK>D lenOWIRipi TOr I 

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ftartHM li It w« ia tt« 
Aitv^ >»'i hi»« Ik two wMto 
iwl I Mt Ub • M. Hi eoBM 
tv fv wiM w il cwiT d^T doriBf 
haA Mm Jwt to iM me. R« 
lievHif n« bom one aftenooo 

ewCfe boM rUiag around i 
My ?v«its found out taA 
ngf aapy with me. I 
I itoaU teve toU 



but they di upia t n re. This boy 
Myi h« Utai BM md wuits me to 
ffo iteidy mi wait Uxt Um tm 
yMTt. I like him an twftil lot 
but I know my iNowits won't 
aUow this. What ahmUd I do? 
I am 15 y«» oM." 

OUK EBTLT: Yon tfc, at IS 
yean, too younf to agree to going 
"steady" with aay boy, trm U 
yoat pareati dfa! i^rove. XrtB 



^ite^ «Mi • Mr «im i B 
•arrlM ad vW Im Mo, tf 
had Ims f^alM^ 
^i% w ith ahoy »la 
•wfMi nd you miMMM to pi 
•teady. thia te Mt ttlaf. M^ 
raeetikt * h«r 1^ ll l«tl JiMN 
f(»- a tow di^i Utm nl rtwridlm 
ta go iiMMlr, hi mmllilin tim 
You ent fo ^a^ iMth aMMi 
^ h^dnte if Britai «i^. Yo« 
Jut dtat it wmt aayvoa whila 
the hay li avay< 

Ym A«dd tava talked wHk 
your parttta. Yea riKmld da aa 
now. You wUl ha under th^ 
Koldanee ud dlniMmi — and 
iiibjeet to tt^ M^oi^ for acMna 
ttane ytt lM9tmh$ more pleat* 
ant for one Md, all tf yew tmk 
their couoad nd follow their 
wbhei. 

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Wari^obc BuUding 

For about 16 hours every day you are on exhibit for othtftf] 
lo see. 0^ of the S>w Joys of livii^ is that of feeling good or at 
cam 'o your clothes. Whim your dothes are appropriate, adequate, 
a»d attractive, you are helped to meet tadi day with confidence 
and poise. <^ 

In (inning your wardrobe you must be realistic about what 
^Mi can and nnnot wear. You must know what 
tt) avoid and what to choose from the season's 
fa^ions to make you look your best. 

METHODS FOR BUILDING YOUR 

WARDROBE 

A. Build the wardrobe around basic gar- 
ments — coats, costumes, siiits, dresses, or 
even searates 

B. Build around basic acces.<iories that go 
together in design, cotor, and textur^' 
and then add the needed garments. 

HOiV DO YOU START BUILDING A 

WARDROBEt 

^^^■ what you cw of the cl<tthes in your 
closet and add whiU you wed of the new. Yout wardrobe (or 
any season diyidcs into the clothes in your closet and the new ones 
thM y«w Iwy4 Vott boy what is needed to pull the oW and new 
lc^etiM>r to prpvUk clothes that are attractive. 

TO DETERMINE WHAT TO BUY, CHECK THESE 
ITEMS: 

1. PLAN — Base your plan on: What you do and where 
jWk TO. Your wardrobe needs to fit your way of living. 
TWi oicludes the thing you do at home and in community 
fn^pa, t^ pltG^ you go frequently and infrequently, 
HM^ cfistcwns, and special social activities. 

2. COST — Hew much do you have to spend on clothing for 
tnt wexaiaa} If y«i have little oioney to spend, shop for 
basic cfcrthing with lasting qualities and versatile use. 
Wfc^ier you buy" or make your ctothing, resist unsuitable 
bU|pUns. If the bargain fits into your plan, then and only 
tlwn is it a tmrgain. Do you sew? If you can make some 
of ymir dofhd, your money will go further. Will you have 

.ad<Md cost for care of. the garment or can you care for it 
at home? " 

3. COLOR — Even with unlimited money to spend, a hap- 
hazard collection of ctothes without a color plan will fill 
your closets and leave you with nothing to w«ir — nothing 
tfwt will in%sent a thotq;htful and attractive appearance. 

4. DESIGN — A tosic garment dofc? not have to be dull or 
unintere^ing. A (ksi|^ with simple lines, yet iifteresting 
for you, is the keynote of a satisfactory l»sic style. It ex- 
presses your tyije of personality and has the right lines for 
your f^re problems. A basic design is flexible, so it may 
be wkuilri 'to nvmy uses with changes of accessories. It 

ahotttd sc fundional for whatever ^tivity arises. 

5. ACCESSORIES — It's the little things that cdunt. The 
extras you add to your wardrobe lend variety, accent, and 
cfttor. Yo ucan make a basic dress look interesting season 
after season if you change the way you wear it. 

6. CARE — The well-groomed wardrobe is one which has 
proper care. The secret is to have what you need fresh and 
i^oy to wear when you need it. 

?. RESOL^S — The wardrobe tlmt is planned, not all at 
ow:e but thoughtfully and consistently, gives enjoyment 
in the knowledge that vou have the right clothes for your 
activities. A ready wardrobe for an occasion allows freedom 
fflM* f»rtidpation in unex^iected occasions. 



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BAYLAKE METHODIST 
CHORCH .^ 

BAYSIDE — Baylake Meth- 
odiM Omrch are holding Vaca- 
tion BU)le School this week, 
Monday through Thursday, from 
9 a.m. until noon each day at 
the church. Mcs, W. W. Mead- 
ows is dk^ctor of the Vacation 
Bible School 

Next week, June 21-24 will 
be QuiJtifln Adventure Week for 
the 7th, 8th, and 9th grade stu- 
dents. Juqe 20 the young people 
will n^ at the church at 7 p.m. 
and visit the planetorium m Gies- 
apeakfe for a one hour lecture. 
Monday, they will visit the 
Goodwill Industries; Tuesday, 
they will have a Field Trip to 
the Wesley Community Center, 
Portsmfiuth, Va. Wednesday, 
Field Trip to St. Matthews 
Catholic Churc|i. At 5:00 p.m. 
they will have a cookout and 
twin at Baylake Beach. Thurs- 
day, Holy Communion and De- 
dication Service followed by re- 
freshments and fellowship. 

The program will start each 
day at 9 a.m. with a lecture by 
the pastor Rev. Raymond E. 
Musvr. The tilte of the l^turei 
will be "To be." Monday, he 
will talk on the "Body of Christ. 
Tuesday^ "Servants"; Wednes- 
day, "Obedience". Thursday, 
"Revolutionaries and Rscon- 
dlers". . 

Th3 Doris Bartlett Circle of 
the church will meet June 17, 
at 8 p.m. at the home of Mti. 
H. G. Bland, Lake Shores; 
June 22 at 10 a.m. the Beth 
Cbnerly Qrcle will meet with 
Mrs. E. M. Cook, in Bayh^e 
ines. June 24, the Mary Mc- 
Aden Circle will meet with Mrs. 
H. S. Ernst, Jr. at 8 p.m. In 
Baylake Pines. 




I will iMtore healtt utto 
tliee^(J«r. 80:17). 

^If ^we aeek it la earneit 
prayer God's radiant life will 
fill us through and throuth 
and help to heal the ilia that 
may betake us. By acknowl- 
edging that He is the Spirit 
of health and perfection we 
can more easily put aside any 
ideas that disease cannot be 
AHrAd. 



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lum is ^uuiated as Dairy 
Um^ «- iMit im'xjwit^i wuy 
taom AoM bf Dliry Month. 
HWl fvovidM « variety of m- 
KOrisl irolrienu in a isvorshle 
ratio to ipalories, thus JyiUJh^i 
t^ ''anwred calorie" itofy 
about nUk and faci^ fmUiN^ 
any fear of milk as a fittM^i 
fcxd— so layi the AmerlMA 
Dairy AsMxIatkm. 

Milk is important in the diets 
of adults, and this is pointed out 
by showing what milk does con- 
tribute. 

Three to four glasses of milk 
daily few children and teenagers; 
at least two glasses daily few 
adults (or equivalent amounts of 
milk in other dairy foods such 
as cheese and kx cream.) Milk 
is a very versatile food and can 
be used in many ways. For those 
members of the family who in- 
sist they do not like the Uste. 
ol i^ain milk, it is easy to is- 
corporate milk in|o cookii^, T» 
milk's flavor may quickly be 
changed by adding any wk» va- 
riety of fkvorio^. Two 8 oz. 
glasses of milk each day provide 
for the moderately active man 
about 25% (A his daily recom- 
mended fwotem allowances (hi^ 
quaUty protein, too, with the 
amino acid needed for repairing 
and buildnig body tissue); more 
than 70% of his calcium (recom- 
mended for w^lts as well a« 
children); about 45% of hfa 
riboflavin (which is vital to tfie 
body's metabolism); about 15% 
of his vitamin A;^ (whk;h helps 
prevent blindness and is in- 
volved in skin health); and 10- 
15% of his calorics. ■^ : 

For an adult woman, the per- 
centages of nutrients are sli^tly 
higher becausfc of nutriMit al- 
lowances for women tend to be 
slightly lower than those of men. 
The four glasses of milk rec- 
ommended for teenagers ipro- 
vide substantially h^her per- 
centage of all these important 
hutrisnts. We call milk's calories 
"armored calories" because milk 
dtws provide so many essential 
nutrients at a comparatively low 
cost in calories. 

Here are some recipes frortli 
the Home Economics Depart- 
ment of the American Dahy As- 
sociation: 



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% stick of butter, melted 
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add unbeaten eggs, meltMl but- 
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until well bloided. Bake on hot 
griddle^ — turn only once. I like 
a thinner pancake so I add an- 
crther Vt cup buttermilk. 

A good filling for the pan- 
i^es is Strawberry Sour Cream 
Filling. If using frozen straw- 
berries, partially defrost, leaving 
some ice crys^ls. Add sour 
ream, stir lightly only to blend. 

If Dad prefers — butter pan- 
cakes as you cook them and 
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Hrk^ it. M 1, Moc^ if; plit 

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UwMie E. MocWmh m tfx, 
lot t, Block M. piiit of Point 
O'Woolb ie|. 2; tax 130.30. 

to L«rxv LM MIltAb at 
ttx. lot is. ^ «i lAMfl Rlv« 
Esta^ see ii ^ ^.15. ^ 

DM- HeMUi M m to Eatl 
Henfy ^at^ M in, Krt 19« bb^k 
SI, plitf of Afafon VttU^ tec. 
7; tax $I9.dS. 

Paol E S^M « ui te IVS- 
iiam Oten Heart irf «, W 16, 
blocli Z, ^at (^ c^reluiae Faim 
sec. 3; tax 1^10. 

JoBepIt A. Bafittt, Jr. ^ ux 
to E% K. Wood et ux^ k$ 4, 
plat of Knob HiH; tax $23.70. 

WilliHn M. Oanw, Ir. et ux 
to BaolMitai A. Mtfu^ ct vx, 
lot 46, fM ci Havea )fe^ 
sec. %\ te $41.25. 

Ban Ckxfwatku to M^a 4 
P. VMmm at wc kn la, Mdefc M, 
plat ^ NM C^odtb «b«. 1; 
tax 1^3.70., 

Atdoa ^iU8« lop. to Laofiard 
B. dom^ficm et ux, lot 90, ^ 
ol IfomeMead sec. 1; tax $34.95. 

Jota tlkyifid^J^iies to Man 
Fraiicea hma Oeitipton, site 40, 
plirt of Linkhom Park; tax 
$22.05. 

ClareiM^ A. •Beatky, Jr. at 
ux to H^^ G. Hall et ux, lot 
25, plat of Berrk Gardens; tax 
$29.55. 

Ai^stus Jessefi HartMg, Jr. 
et ux to Eimo Leroy BoUman et 



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^M y^i m- m tax tIS.JO. 

J^gj^m iMm, loa. to 

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p^, 4| ttJt $31 .91 

; Ou^kam HoBm, Im. to 
^^JTh^H^A. lit et m, 
^ IL MpaL dD. |>lat of QtfOl- 
if^ Facn see, I; tax $24.6d. 

Cafdlaane Homes, liK. to 
Ktartln $. $m 9i MX, tcH 14, 
block V, f^t of QkroUqiK Fafm 
lel, 4i «x $32.70. 

HMKii W. Jul^ to MarlDfl 
Mirirui irln, Jr.. 1(^ 12, block 
41, itet ^ A^om ViHt^ sec. 
9i tax Hi.!!. 

SUbay B. Ib^er et ux to 
PaatO OBtfKuatlofi. 2.5 acres, 

IAhMl M« Itovers et ux to 
WBlil^ Moirte Loqg, lot X), 
b(ock t>, plat of Rudee Heigltts; 
tax 1^9.35, 

RudiaU Brooks Davis et ux to 
Marjan Corp., lot 24, blodc 11, 
plat Q^ Pot^ontas Villafa; lax 
$11.75. 

Jann A< Mupjriiy, Jr. to 
Sj^M^r Bw^prises, Inc., 3 par- 
(m, jplat of Pun^ Borot^; 
1 tat $16.S0. 

J< t. Dot$, Sr. to W. Stanley 
Jeonliiii «rt ux, 2 parens, plat 
of Vizfina fleach Dev^^(nin| 
Qwni^y No. 2; tax $35.25. 

Vukt C. aark et ux to Wil- 
liMi O. ^ras, Jr. et ux, lot 6, 
dia^ 5, plat ctf Arrowhead wc. 
1; tax $18.45. 

Melba L. Mayes to Clyde B. 
Williams et ux, lot 27, block A* 
plat of Carolanne Farm sec. 1; 
tax $28.50, 

Clifford Vincent Rc^inson et 
ux to Tbcwnas E. Troup et ux, 
lot M, block 20, plat of Ara- 



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gona VUlue ^a. 13; tax $20.70. 
Joe I. HeribtoMr, Jf. et ux 
Ui Tidewato- BuUoers t^vtlop- 
hient CcMf). pan^l - plat of 
H e r s li bMfer w-oi^rty; tax 
$639.15. 

Scott Comtruction Corpora- 
tion to Billy Lee Potnt et ux, tot 
91, block B.'pkt (rf Oieat Neek 
Estate ^i. 5; tax $21.75. 

Oeorp R. Ha^ et'ux to Paul 
B. Kiai et ux, lot 12, block L, 
plat of Lake Smith Terrace sec. 
7; tax $44.25. 

Carolanne Homes, Inc. to B. 
B. Wilk et als, parcels A & B, 
piat of Carolanne Fann sec. 5; 
UX $375. 

B A S Realty Company, Ins. 
to Thomas Davis Carroll ct ux, 
lot II, block E, plat of Birch- 
wood Gardens sec. 5; tax 
$27.75. 

Edward Oifton Bkkmore, Jr. 
et ux to William Alton Hefty et 
ux, lot 7, block 9, plat Aragona 
Village iec. 5; tax $23.10. 

John Robert Bolam et ux to 
FrMerick R. Thomas et ux, lot 
5, block 11, plat ^ Aragona 
Village s«:. 5; tax $16.50. 

William A. Gictz et ux to 
John L. Woods et ux, lot 85, 
plat of NtMth Alanton; tax 
$52.50. 

Frederick Charles Johnson et 
ux, to Lm R. Turner, Jr., lot 
1 St pi ol 38, plat of Lake 
Bractford; tax $28.35. 

Harold Lee i^eonard et ux to 
Louise W. Richwds, lot 7, block 
M, plat of Hflltop Manor; tax 
$16.80. 

Dwight M. Bowman et ux to 
Ernest H. Bowman, Jr. et ux, 
parcel - plat of subdivision ol 
Bowman property; tax $15. 

Shoreline Corporation to Wil- 
liam H. Brown et ux, lot 7, 
block F, plat of Lake Smith Ter- 
race sec. 1; tax $35.85. 

Alton E. Williams et ux to 
Hubert L. Hoffman et ux, lot 
29, plat of Linkhorn Estates; 



tax $36.90. 

- I^Qwr^ Buyen. Im. to Jo- 
sei4i R. WiKia et ux. tot 10, 
buck 26, plat of Prino»s Anne 
Plan sec. 1; Ux $22.80. 

GAS. CoR>oratifn to Gwen- 
dolyn C. Ridiar<hon at al, lot 
11, btodt E, plat of Lake Smith 
Terrace mc 3; tax $36.45. 

Geot|^ Arthur Holt, Jr. et 
ux to Stanford L. C. Duncan et 
ux, lot 178, plat (4 Westmore- 

Und Estates kc. 1; tax $17.70. 

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C. Ambk^ Wilkxjx et ux to 
R(^rt M. Kane et ux, tot 19, 
block 9, plat of Thalia Manor; 
tax $27.75. 

Edward W. Am» et ux to 
Ha»l A. Ball, lot 15, block G, 
plat of Poiat O' Woods sec. 3; 
Ux $26.55. 

W. E. Strole et ux to E^win 
F. DeBarry, Jr. et ux, tot 1 and 
^rt of lot 2, Mock 12^ plat of 
Cape Henry aec. E; tax $67.50. 

J. West Mtehel Ito Oyde 
Moseley Peebles, lot 15, block 
7, plat of Cape Hotfy ^. D; 
tax $22.50. 

David Crosby et ux to Max 
M. Oswald et ux, lot 15^ btock 
23, plat of Princess Anne Plaza 
sec. 2; tax $18.75. 

Doyle W. Lynn et ux to El- 
von Harvey CcAien et ux, lot 
150, plat d W<^nare Plantation 
sec. 3; Ux $34.50. 

Harry Rwilty Corporation to 
James Kednedi Dollenmeyer et 
ux, lot 29, pkit of Kings Grant 
sed. 5A; tax $33.45. 

Harry Realty Corporatton to 
Michael D. Notte et ux, tot 18, 
plat of Kings Grant sec. 5A; 
UX $30.75. 

Harry Realty C6rporatlon to 
WHmer F. Sirine et Ux, tot 22, 
friat of Kings OcaM .se^. 5A; 
Ux $28.35. ♦ 

Donald Lee Stevenson et ux 
to Isaac T. Brothers et ux, lot 
D, plat of Glen Arden Homes; 
tax $25.20. 



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G & S Corporation to Vernon 
K. Turner et ux, lot«2, block K, 
ptet of Lake Smith Terrace see; 
10; tax 138.25. 

Thomas H. Nicholson et ux to 
National Beach Corp., site 83, 
{Mat of Linkhorn Park; tax $30. 

Lawrence R. Smith et ux to 
Ray Tedder et ux, lot 12. ^at 
(rf Eastern Park sec. 3; tax $21 

George F. Sutton et ux to 
Franklin S. Morse et ux, lot 12, 
block 18 B, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 3; tax $18.75. 

Vernon K. Turner et ux to 
Lars Joseph Noland et ux, lot 
16, block 28, plat of Aragona 
Village sec. 6; tax $25.35. 

L. L. Underwood, Jr. Trustee 
to Dorothy C. Marlow, lot 108, 
plat of Westview Village; tax 
$23.70. 

Richard Floyd Clever et ux 
to Gr^ory Realty Corporation, 
lot 146, plat of We.simoreland 
Estates sec. 1; tax $16.20. 

Wayne Edward Fryman et ux 
to John J. Hendricks et ux, lot 
5, block 56, plat of Aragona 
Village sec. 7; tax $24.15. 

Arthur Lelland Livcrmore et 
ux to Mar Len B. Crist et ux, 
lot 13, block 11, plat of Prin- 
cess Anne Plaza sec. 11; tax 
$18. 

Point-O-View, Inc. to Slaugh- 
ter M. Sugg et ux, lot 2, block 5, 
plat of Point - O - View; tax 
$37.95. 

Arthur T. Decker et ux to 
Hubert J. Hoff, lot 5, block 1, 
plat of Bay Colony sec. 4; tax 
$54. 

JuUan C. Nixon et ux to 
Clara M. Basnight et als, lot 8. 
plat of Nixon Tract, Bay side; tax 

$55. ' -^- ''-:-' "':T^Z' 

Raieriqk 1 TnicWpod ct ux 
to Jesse G. Futrell et ux, site 24, 

Slat of Lakeview ^rk; tax 
34.95. 

Melville Corporation to Don- 
ald G. MaoDonnell et ux, lot 17, 
block F, plat of Point O'Woods 
sec. I; tax $24.45. • 

Billy B. Costin et ux to Otis 
H. Costin et ux, lot 19, block 
X, plat of Aragona Village''sec. 
3; tax $16.50. 

Joseph Glen Stine, II et ux to 
James Wilbur Patterson et «x, 
lot 76, plat of Eastern Park sec. 
2; ta3^ $18.30. 

William E. Harris et ux to 
Thomas F. May, lot 23, block 
11, plat of Pocahontas Village; 
tax $2085. 

Bernard G. Hudgins et ux to 
David L. Hinson et ux, lot 1 U^ 
oht of • Fair Meadows; Ux 
$1695. 

Charles L. Seute et ux to An- 
thony Wayne Dixon et ux, lot 
9, block 19, plat of Aragona 
Village sec. 8; tax $24.15. 

Hallmark Construction Corp. 
to William Chapel Bunch ct -ux, 
lot 13, block M, olat of Hunting- 
ton see. 2; tax $29.25. 

Hallmark Construction Cdrp. 
to Fleetwood G. Wright, Jr. ct 
ux, lot 7, block L, olat of Hunt- 
ington sec. 2; tax $25.50. 

Walter D. Roberts, Jr. et ux 
to Eugene A. Collins et ux, lot 
26. block 41, plat of Aragona 
Village sec. 9; tax $14.55. 

Clark - Whitehill Corporation 
to Robert Henry Haeler et ux, 
lot 4, block I, plat of Princess 
Anne Plaza sec. 14; tax $23.10. 

Lee A. Carlisle et ux to Bruce 
Deknar Martz, Jr. et ux, lot 96, 
plat of Acredale sec, 7; tax 
$28.35. 

Pico Realty Cort>oration et 
als to William T. Gri<?gs, Jr. et 
ux, lot 20, block 16, plat. of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 11; tax 
$22,95. 

Hallmark Constniction Corp. 
to Frederick F. Ehrmann, Jr., et 
ux, lot 19, block M, plat, of 
Huntington sec. 2; tax $25.50. 

Hallmark Constru"tion Corp 
to Kenneth Edward Vann et ux, 
lot 7, block G, olat of Hunting- 
ton sec. 2; tax $26.40. 

Mill Russ Construction Com- 
pany, Inc. to Harvey H. Wood 
et ux, lot 40, block C, pht of 
Princess Anne Plaza sec. 8; tax 
$25.05. 

Armon Realtv Corporation to 
Lawrence H. Webb et ux, lot 
14, bloQk 40, plat of Pembrok; 
Manor sec. 4; tax $28.20. 

Emll Realty Corp. to Martin 
Anthony Maloncv et ux, lot 4, 
block 44. ipiat of Pe-nbroke Man- 
or sec. 4; tax $35. 55. 

Easter Realty Corporation to 
Finas Robert Moss et ux, lot 8, 
block 36, plat of Pembroke 
Manor sec. 4; tax $29.55. 

Emll Realtv Corpwratton to 
Edwin Leroy Beck et ux, lot 9, 
btock 45, plat df Pembroke Man- 
or sec. 4; tax $2T. 

Easter Realty Corp. to Emil 
Baddnsky et ux, lot l9, block 
37, plat of Perateoke Manor sm. 
4; tax $28.35. 




ArtlJ^ Realty Corp. to BA- 

er Civile Hinard, Jr. et ux, 
t ff, Wodt 39, plat «rf Pern- 
brofc MaiwJf lec. 4; tax $28.65. 
AvalcM Hilh» ioc* to iMcph 
C. Thgihas, Jr. et ai, toi Hfi, 
plat of Hnn^te^ sec. 2: Ux 

$36.45. 

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Lawrence H. Graved tt ux 
to Lemuel J. Harris et iix« tot 
68, plat of Eastern 'ftuk lefc 2; 
Ux $15. 

S. R. Wilson. Jr. ^ ox to 
Martin Holding d),. 1« 12, 
block 3, and parail. fri«t o( 
Lynnhavcn ShorwR Wt Mi. • 

Frank E, Sellerttet als t^^ 
mond R. Caplan et al, <(fflB 
acres - Birdnecfc R«»^ itm 
$101.25. 

Aubrey I. Austin et ux to M- 
Ian D. Miller et al, lot 26. ^t 
of Eureka Park; tax $l6.2a j^ 

Katherine Borovich to liel^ 
ert M. Aldridgc et ux, piircd B, 
plat of property of Marv J. B6r- 
ovich McClelland; tax $19.20. 

Mary Elizabeth Ouichard et 
vir to iLynnhaven Investment 
Corp., 2 parcels, plat (rf Lynn- 
haven Shores; tax $108. 
' Francis M. Hall et ux to How* 
ard W. Coupland ct ux, part of- 
lot 15, plat of Crystal Acres; tax , 
$31.50. 

William H. Dawson et ux to 
Richard Leroy Cope et ux, to 
10, btock 16, plat of Diamond 
Spring Homes; tax $23.70. 

IHna Clifton Hui^ex et «x 
to Arthur V. Rus^ll et ux, lot 
33, block 60. plat of Aragona 
VUlage se^. 7; tax $20.85. 

Donald Gray Farley, Jr. et 
ux to Henry L. Petty et ux, tot 
403, plat of Malibu sec. 9; iMbi 
$25.50. ^ 

Ferebee's, Im. to Gc 
Woods Coiporation, tots 4, 
6, 7, block 3, plat of Wii ' 
Woods sec. 2; tax $22.50. 

Robert R. Beastojr ct flx 
Remmic L. Arnold ief ux, lot 43, 
block A, plat of CavaUer Shtwa^. 
tax $71.25. ' 

William J. Overholt et ux -^P** 
Elwood Marvin GranK et, ux, 
part of Tract A, plat of |Koper^ 
of William E. Wood; tax $21. 

Ayalon Hills, Inc ..to R<»ald 
R. Reiter et ux, lot 91, plat of 
Homestead sec. T; tax $33. 

Gladys E. Lehman to E§|1 H. 
Jasx)lMw Jr. et ux. tots 11, 13, 
btock 97, plat of Vli^k B&uA 
Development Corporaticui No. 
6; tax $18. s 

Gary L. Haskell et ux to John 
R. Winton, Jr., lot 2, block D, 
plat of Lake Stoith Thrace; UX 
$35.25. • 

GeraU P. Barnett etux to 
Harry R. Lenhoff et ux, lot 4, 
block Y, plat of Carolanne 
Farm s«;. 3; Ux $33.45. 

Roy Birch Moore ct ux to 
Cecil Omar Kidd et ux, part trf 
toU.27,28, 2% 30, btock 6, 
plat of EucM Pli^; ux $17.55. 

Harry Really Corporatton to 
^niard G. Hudgins et ux, tot 
10, plat of Kings Grant sec. 
5A; tajf $28.4)5. < 

Jay B. Renninger et ux to 
Robert J. Mohan et ux, «te 600, 
plat of Thorottgbgood sec. 5; 
tax $40.50. 

Linkhom Development Cor- 
poration to Margaret C. Oergct, 
lot 14, plat of Woodstock Es- 
tates; tax $23.25. 

Doi»ld E. Huston et ux to 
Charles B. MdfUynolds et ux, 
lot 18, block 39, plat of Princes 
Anne Plaza sec. 5; tex $25.50. 

William D. Lindsay eil ux to 
Charles F. Edmonds et ux, site 
310, plat of Thoroughgood sec. 
1; tax $5025. 

Robert L. Samuels et ux to 
Edwin B. McAlhaney et tfx, lot 
2. block C, plat of Kings Gr^t 
sec. 5; tax $28.05. 

WaUanv L. Owens pt ux to 
Richard D. Holland Jr, et ux, 4 
lot 92, plat of Avalon HiUs; ta 
$32.25. . 

William t. Doyle, Jr. to Rob- 
erf W. Waddcll et ux, lot 73, 
plat, of North Alafiton; tax 
$46.50.^ 

Wtlliart P. Sullivan el m to 
MoKiany V. Taylor et ux, tot 
183, pkit of Kings Grant s«. 2; 
tax $40.50. 

Loreo Rice to Henry A, Hine^ 
et ux, part of lots 15, 17, block 
K, plat of HUltop Manor; tax 
$15.60. , 

S h o r e U 6 e. CprpprattOB to 
Lawrence D. Mafsolais et tiX, 
lot 11, block C, plat ofXake 
Smith Terrace sec. 4; tax $44-70. 

Shoreline Corporation to 
jMjes T. Christian et ux, lot 15, 
btofk C, i^t of take Smith 
Terrace 8«, 4; tax $37.35. 

Cardtenne Honwt; Wc, to 
Robert E. Raper et ux, lot 17, 
block V,pW of Carolaane Farm 
^c 4; tax $24.10. 
. Ou-olanne ^^mss. Inc. to 
I^ty D. Sb^W 1^ ux, lot 



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4-H Activities 
and Events 

C. fttANdS L4Y 




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"Tight is the task where many share the toil." — Homer 
Hello VoOis ! There has been much disaission in the pa,>« few 
weeks about some of our 4-H CItib members going to Virginia 
Pdvtemhnic Inrtitute (VPI) to comijete in state contests and 
attend the 4^ Short Course. Many of you already know the 
relatkwship between VPI and 4-H, but to<lay I would like to 
give you a brief summary of the {Ktions that 
have made 4-H Qub work posAiUCt 
^forriIl Act 1862 
This act, often called the land Grant Act, 
Provided Federal funds to states for the estab- 
lishment of colleges to provide training in the 
^ricultural and mechanical ^ arts. (VPI is our 
land Grant CoIlq[e.) — „ _ 

Hatch Act — 1887 
This act provHded federal funds for the es- 
tablishment of a system of res«irch stations 
within the framework of the land Grant Col- 
C F. Lmr leges. These research stations provide much of 
the knowl^e thiU is passed to ihe people of the various states. 

Smith-Lexer Act — 1914 1 

This act e^Wished the Cooperative Extension Servkre and 
Also provided the formal bt^fhllihg of 4-H Oub work. The 
Cooperative Extensicm Servrce is a cooperative agreement among 
loca!, state, and fetkral governments to administer and finance 
prc^rnuns providing education to the peoi^e on an extouHon, or 
local basis. T^ 

Tluis, y«i can see that 4-H is backed up by a vast educational 
a^ research syston. This knowledge is avaUsJM* to jpu throng 
the Ejctension Staff in Virginia Beach. * 

4 'H'ERS CLEAN UP CAMP PARRAB 

Cot^ratttlations are in or^r for tlwse 4-H Chih members 
from tht City who assisted in the cleannip of 4-H Camp Farrar 
test w«:k. There efforts will make the Camp a much nwre [feasant 
iAk% for the more than 1300 yonng peqile wl» will be using 
the Camp tWs summer. Special thanks go to Joe Pecsdc. and Mary 
^m^utl, who org aniaed the work giov^ and pt^fRd the i(xxl. 




HAVEN HEIGHTS 4-H BLOCK PARTY 
The HavcB Heights 4-H Qub is spmsoring a Btadt Party at 
Mivq^ Court, Haven Heights, on Saturday, Jane 19, 1965, from 
3 to 8 p.n. All Chib members, tlmr ixim^ and parents are 
inrted to attei^ this event which will consi^ of dancing' on the 
tirert (stteet is blocked off) and a cook-out meal. 

COMING BVENTS 
Jttne 1?— O^n^rs 4-H M^. — LeKcfa Church, 7:00 p.m. 
"tine 19 — Hiv« Heig^s 4-H Dub Block Party, 
one S^Jttly 3 — S^e 4-H Short Course, VPI. 



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Pn. Cecdia Atetta, dau^- 
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At^B, ^56 O^ft Grove Lane, 
ncm^ G^^^ed eight weeks 
of tMne ttpfiuy traiiib^ at Hm; 
Womm^t Maj Corps Goiter, 
I^it Mo^San. Ala. 

Fvt Aiiitlit atmded Kelhm 

• • a a 

Atem 3/c DtMiald L. Ni^, 
MM of Kfas. AgBes L Wilkiinon 
of 4961 Qimi Lakes Drive is 
b^ a^Md to a Strategic Air 
Comauaa wit at MakoMtom 
iM^, MoBt after being gradu- 
m4 from the't^hnicai training 
vamm few U.S. Air Force ad- 
idtflMti^ ipecialisU at Am- 
afttlo Ai^, Tec. 

1^ akmaa is a graduate of 
Brin^ss Anite High School. 

* • « a 

F«t LL Marie F. White, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Mark H W^iite 
<rf 314 26di Street has been 
wraeded hk silver wings upon 
fn^BttlM to>m U.S. Air Force 
mnffHx training at James 
OoUfeaSy A!^, Tex. He is be- 
^ MWg^ to ColiHnbus APB, 
Misi. tot flying do^. 

• • a a 

Pfpderic E, Consolvo III, 
wluMe parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
f^atai £. Pritehard, reside at 
^1# Bowman Road, has been 
piMioled to first lieutmant in 
tfM U.S. Av Force at Litde 

no^ AS>^ Ark. 

* • • • 

Mnam Ra^mcM^ C. L<»idt, 
Jr., too of Mr. and Mrs. Jaowi 
Hairier of 2051 IMland Road, 
has completed Air Vo^ hutc 
military trakiflg at Lackkid 
AFB, Tex., and hn beta se- 
tected for teclmici^ traiaii^ u 
• Min>ly ipecialist M dte Air 
Traidfiif Coromwd (A TO 
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Airman James F. S3iaw, USN, 
aca <rf Mr. and 1^^. WiUiam H. 
Sbam of 5700 PoadK Road, isf 
vkiting Genoa, Iti^, v^iie serv- 
ing aboard the attack ait^raft 
cania USS Sarati^a, now de- 
l^oyed wiift the U.S. Sixdi Ftoet 
m tbe Medftwran^ui. 



Boilennan Thinl Class Allen 
G. <keer, U9PG, son of tAfr. 
and Mrs. Hyiam J. Gre^ of 
1315 Bradfmd Road, is servii^ 
aboard the Coast Gufrd Cutter 
Abeaeoon, an ocean staticm ves- 
sel operatiiu out of Norfolk, Va. 

• • ,• - • 

Aiman Thkd Oass Paul 
Craig, sn of Mr. and Mrs. N. G. 
Craig of 1628 Janke Road, has 
bem graduated from the techni- 
cal training course for U.S. Air 
Force accounting and finance 
specialists at Sheppard AFB, 

Texas. 

♦ • • ♦ 

Marine Private William P. 
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Early Lawrence of Roiitf 3, re- 
cently graduated from recruit 
trainmg at the Marine Corps Re- 
cruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. 
He will report to Camp Lejeune, 
NC. for further combat infancy 
training. 



Cdr, Jack E. Guth, 4316 Her- 
mita^ Road, has been ai)potnted 
as Executive Offioer.of tne ocean 
siuvey ^ip Explorer 6i the 
Coast and Geodetic Survey, U. 
S. Department of Commerce. 
Guth was assigned to the Explor- 
er from Norfolk where he was in 
chai^ of die Coast and Geo(^tic 
Survey's officer traJiui^ classes 
for.ahnost two yetft. 

Se^eant Major Alvin J. Ji^- 
neaox lus assumed the duttes of 
^Mt Servant W^ot recently at 
Foft Su^. He raaides widi U» 
wife, Peffiri E., and daughter, Eir 
kai, at 517 Declaration Road. 

* a • * 

SmU Seri^nt Tbom^ ¥, 
Kbumers Jr., son <^ Kfr. tad Mrs. 
T. F. Umam of 3030 West- 
ntfalBm Ave., Norfolk fa^ bera 
ffstealed torn the U.S. At 
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Many skippers are canning excess weight around the m^ifie, 
bm are careful not to overload dieir boat. StiU, some pleasure 
boatos think that just becai)^ dieir twelve foot boat has three 
seats in it, the boat wiB carry six peopled 

EM;h boat does or should have a capacity pAate att«^ed 
which recMimiends the load to be carried in that boat and tihiis 
recommendation ^ould never be exceeded, ^ " 

In determining the wei^ capsKrity of yo« beM leteir ttis 
smi|^je procedure: y 

.«>,>4«^Add up Ae wei^ f^ yourmitboard motor (check ^e 
manufacturer's speci&ations) battery, fuel (gasoline weighs 
six pounds a gallon,) and normal operating gear, sudi as 
_, ;,, anchors, oars, radio, fire extingui^er and the like. 

£!Siib^B^ Ais total from tiie manufacturer's recommended 

wei^ capacity. 
3. Never exceed Ae resuhing total in weight of passengers 

and extra gear. 
It is ahvays wise to maintain sufficient free board to withstand 
moderate or rough seas conditions. 

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Parents Warned 
Of Fireworks 



RICHMOND — The Vir- 
ginia Department of Agriculture 
issued a warning today to par- 
ents and retail dealers regarding 
a type of fireworks that can be 
dangerous to children who may 
«niitake them for candy and t^ 
to eat them. 

The fireworks, resembling 
small colored candy bails, are 
sometime marketed under the 
names of "Oraaccr Balfi," "Ball 
Type Opt," "Round Cap 
Balls," "Single Shoi Round Cap 
Balls," or "Trick Traps." They 
are dangerous twcause they can 
explode when bitten. Children in 
two out-of-state localities al- 
ready have been iiqured in this 
manner. 

Thus far, twenty lots of these 
podiK^ Inve beta obser>i«d fo ^ 
Virgima, and VDA has issued 
stop sale order on these items. 
VDA mspeotors are on Il« 
k)okout for these products, or 
similar competitive expkjsives, 
which may be mark^ed through- 
out the state. Federal food and 
^drug insp«:tors are also seeking 
to ideate and remove stocks of 
"CnKker Balls" from the mar- 
ket. 

Hie products fall under the 
category oi "misbranding under 
the Virginia Hazardous Sub- 
stances Law," enforced by VDA 
because the lat>els on the samples 
detected do not bear adequate 
waminp to indicate their po- 
Initial <hnger. 



Rcardoa • CdsM — Vincent 
A. Reardon, 69, retired, Chcset- 
]peake and Dorothy C. O^kon, 
66, retired, Virginia Beach. 

Wooieirer • Sheets — Gerald 
FfaaNs Wodevfr, 23. U80P, 
Norfiik iid DqMhy Charlotte 
Sheets, 21, Wfcher, Vkgillia 
Beach. 



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MtNHIe • Caroka — Donidd 
A. Mulville, 21, VSN, Virginia 
Beach and Betty Lou Carolus, 

20, cashier, Virginia Beach. 
C^icy • CosteriMHier <— James 

J<xnh Ca^y, 24, student, Nor- 
wkh, Conn., and L<wise Lester 
Costenbader, 18, Virginia 
Be«:h. 

Bcde • HtardM — Andrew 
Vinosnt Bcale, 24, registrar, 
Elon College, N.C., and Vir- 
ginia Lee Harden, 22, no occu- 
I»tioa listed, Virginia Beach. 

^ifricette • Lucy — Curtis 
Wilton Basette, Jr., 21, student, 
Norfolk and Pasty Gayle Lucy, 

21, secretary, Vii^inia Beach. 

C%cny • Coraidt — Whit 
Lawrence Cherry, 45, laborer, 
Vjrgiitia Beach and Lillian Lu- 
cille C6iniek, 42, maid, Virginia' 
Beich. 



The Virginia Hazardous Sub- 
stances Law was emu^ted by tint 
1964 General Ass^embly, and 
became effective m June, 1964. 
i^sentially a labeling law, it it 
a consumer and trade service 
measure which provides authority 
to require cautionary labeling (n 
hazardous substances to prevent 
bodily injury and property dam- 
age. 

Anyone locating fireworks of 
this type in Virginia is asked to 
notify A. T. Hart, supervisor in 
VDA's division of regulatory 
services, naming the «3urce or 
distribution poim, if possible. 



Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee of 
Cm^^m, N.J. have h^n vlsitit^ 
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn DiU of S2S 
i{^ Point Avenue. Mrs. Lee 
it 1 MWer of Mrs. DiU. 



> Ninca — Douglas 
Richard Cramer, 20, USN, Vir- 
ginia Beach and Phyllis Ann Nis- 
sea, 22, no occupation listed, 
Banington, 111. 

Randi - SaliwMi ~ Willinn 
Ronald Harris, 21, brick Uiyer, 
Vk^ia Beach and SiarMW 
MeU ^hncm, 17, waitteM, 
Virglttii BcK^. 



iau, 18, no occupation Usted, 
Virginia Beach. 

IMlMdi . Wanik — WUliam 
Lee DeBusk, 21, apprentice 
sheeimetal maker, Noifo&, 
Vi^inia uid Rgbecfa Joann Waf* 
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loittM li^n Sffiltteon, tU, 20, 
^iriwi, VMiria Beaeh mMI Qm* 
ry ftui MK^fflher, 17, tmt^ 
tary, Vitgisbi Bew:h 

UiMm ' O^mik » John 
F^edMck Umai, 23, U9K, 
New York, N.Y., and OerddiM 
Jdiuott Gotonda, Jr., 22, ckrl^- 
typi&t, Vhtiahi BeM^ 

Etherite . Hwtoli — WllUam 
Robbins Etheridgc, 28, a^ittn- 
tice, Virginia B^ch, and Ethel 
Louise Hortoo, 30, no occupa- 
tion listed, Clinton, Tenn. 

Pfeel|is ■ S«va|e — Robert 
Creech Phe^ 31, Ford motor 
com{»ny, Chesapeake, Virginia 
and Joyce Ann Savage, 28, 
Rice's I>3pt. Store, Virginia 
Be»:h. 

Pafan«r • Bale — Carl Allen 
Pahner, 21, USN, Oceana and 
Sue Anne Bale, 16, no occupa- 
tion listed, Virginia Beach. 

WatoOB • MIesaaa — Thomas 
Arnold Watson, 22, USN. New 
York, N.Y., and Judy Ann Mies- 




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Gair - Ptnko — Dennis Gahr 
21, USN, Oceana and Ann Ma- 
rie Pisdto, 21, no occupatitw 
listed, Jersey Oty. N.J. 

Edwwd Vaughan. Jr., 5(^ mu* 
sician, Knotts Idand, N.C. lad 
Marjorie Paulette Da«ii, 30, 
ourse, Virginia Beach. 

Charles Koenig, 21, l®, 
Hampton, and Garnet tt^ 
Gattis, 18, no occupatuM htt^ 
Virginia Beach. --^ 

Kc—edy - Vsnghsii — ^)fir 
Dale K«[nedy, 20, stock dsfk, 
Viqinia Beach and Lu^ Oiia 
Vaughan. 18, no ooctqiitkJA 
lis^, Virginia Beach. 

Mariu . AwcH — Alvin Bu- 
by Mirks, Jr., 22, studMt, VS- 
gmia Beach and Carolyn Hope 
Ansell, 22, teacher, Vlfg^tta 
BouA. 

Gtttamwf - ^mtpa -. How- 
ard Michael Greenway, 18, 
USN, Vif^nia Beach and Kathy 
Ann Phillips, 16, no occupation 
listed, Virginia Beach. 

Dnoy . Ken — William 
Robert Drury, 28, USN, Vir- 
unia Beiu:h and Kathryn K^m, 
n, msim, Vb^Ma Beach. 

r<l<<» l il - GMy — Robert 
I^ttkllii CtMNflll, 21, delivery 
mne^ and Mar- 
Ciusey, 20, 
iMch. 
Mcfci » Kelvin 
U., 19, clerk, 
1^ linda Louise 
Virginia 

— Ray- 

WMtt OibiOD, 25, USN, 

II PN^ and Susan Marie 

ill tMiyier, Vi^inia 

Im *> Cmamtg — Nelson 
Tyw Li», 19, Ford motor <»., 
Viipiia Beach and April Lee 
CttbWfty, 18, no oo:upation 
listed, Virginia Beach 
. Uoy4 - TMbtttoB — Jam^ 
Saaford Lloyd, 26, USN, In- 
diuiapolis, Ind., and Mary 
Eleanor Turlii^ton, 25, teacher, 
Lumberton, N.C. 

Lamoa • Reafate — Francis 
Henry Larmon, 45, USN, Vir- 
ginia Beach and Frances Mary 
Retiree, 45, no occupation 
lisrted, Viiginia Beach. 

S^|tttf - Ind — Andrew 
Qutmtin Sefgpnt, 22, student 
and clerk, Virginia Beach and 
Mary EUen Imel, 21, secretary, 
Viii^aia Bead). 

Faoik - Scott ^ Joseph Fin- 
ton Faulk, 27, teacher, Chesa- 
peake and Edna Lee SoHt, 23, 
teacher, Virginia Beach. 

BnMm - Brown — Thomas 
Leonard Brown, 62, diesel en- 
gij^er, Virginia Beach and Ver- 
tt Lecnia Brown, 55, nurse, Vir- 
ginia Bead). 

BtA • Bito- — David Jenv 
Beck, 22, lineman. Sottdli 
and Vdma Ann Bako-, 20, 
x-ray technician, Virginia Beach. 

Wciae • Ue — Anthony Ste- 
phen Weise, 22, ^ctncian, Vir- 
ginia Beach and FloroKe 
Yvonne Lm, 13, no occupatbn 
listed, Virginia Bead). 

SiMey - loMB — WUbert 
Paul Shipley, 20, no oocui^tion 
list^, Viigmm Be^ and San- 
dra Lee Joo^, im) oocupatkia 
listed, Viifiaig Bea;^ 



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— p«B m4 lak bM first priso-oU i^iatiagi SklrUjr Alloa, ftm prfao — pMUki AlU H«»il»r. Hf^V; 
—Wm mhI iaJii aiM B»rk«rt-» Oriteell, fint — walorcolor. SoaIW »• Pmsliao Aa^rMS. ' ' '^^ 



— 'wwlorcaiori B^ty Mom, Mceadi — pm mmi im k; Dorotkr B«eh, •ocomJ — a&i W^att KarMMlB 
Mr4 priM wataF«^«rt mU EUiabotli D'AvrU koltUag Haaol VkgaMs' ••«m4 ^^» »«M«I, aa/^ 
ElaaaMT Low's tUnI pUo* oil. (Staff Rm* ky Padbkk) 



ART STUDENTS HOLD SHOW 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Stu- 
dents €^ artist ElizaA)eth D'Auf ia 
presented d)eir w(^s for viewing 
and jutting at the tiiinl annual 
m Jhom held on the DAuria 
art grounds m Sylvan Beach laal 
we^ml. the variety: of tech- 
niques taught by Mrs. P'Auria 
w«re eicellentiy produ^ by 
dia BteaiiMp antei aad wdn 
mMb # m Jttd|ii iad im* 
•fldpuMcdlke. 

1^ «iU>ktiowfl arthtt, Lena 
MnNiMMfa aid ViMl^ AAttt, 

Qitii^ie Hn%a«i' ftMA^ ««l^ 
tmi pM) iiid tflk u *%m te 
li»w^ Mri. Hl%ui« ott lUo 
mk a fiftt pirn. Othtr fint 
Bfite whUMfi waft ^i¥ty Al* 
na, fMMtebi Aha Hea^, ^ 
and uti and Barbara IMkoM, 
watmokif . S«cMd ^^ w^ 
ID Pa^te Afldinon, water^^ 
BtRy Mom, im and ink; Dofo- 
thy Buck, olu and Hiael Vat- 
ness, paitato. thlrdi were Mln- 
isk KitfteHV, walMcdw; and 
ttNiMf Love, ^1. JFmir hoai»^ 



able mentions ««nt to Paulii» | oH poru-ait to be doM of ter. 



Anderson, ^tttcolot; Barbara 
I^i»:oil,,* p^ v>d k)k; Betty 



or any of l»r six t^tdren, 1^ 
Mrs. b'Ama. Fnst place win- 



EVANS ATNEET 

NORFOLK — James W. 
Evans of Virginia Beach, direc- 
tor of audwoce and sales (Aro- 
motion for WTAR-TV, is this 
week a>ttendii^ a seminar for 
the officers of the Third Distrkit 
Advertising Federation of Am- 
erica in Myrtie Beach, S. C. 

Evam is president of the Ad- 
vertising Cn* <rf Norfolk,- a 
member c^ the AFA and has 
been el«:ted to his second term 
as head of the local orpnization. 

Last week he attended a re* 
gional meeting of the CBS Tele- 
vision Network in AtlanUt, Ga. 



Moss, pen lad ink; aniMM|MM^'^^« awar^ picti^ 

Taylor, oil. ^''^WwMI from Sbmm^ W^mm 

-.. ., . ,.|«t Janaf mi Sottdiera SlioM^ 

Three ,oa pamtmgs were add Center and acrHic paint iStftwm 

dieting - the^ auction and^ dsv tl^ House i^^^ I^ialfe^ %emm 

nam -Nt^^ and Vir^da ' dMicoal peRraitk.to be db|^ ' 



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welm fllf ^ilrved «rfiag^5e iptiile tW*ow a t^'—' -^ 
ikm» Mfel ttiW^prtoM were ^ Ottberine lfU%M/ 
Mlw-tatiHahcy w^ thi tei^. Grade: ^ ' " 

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artiitt wen announced, tm nine, Doris JMaatiOfln»f , fftal 
Un. fttHprn "bett m show" V^ness, AlU Henley, and B^ 
mm^ hM ttM recipient of mi Vefiines. 




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GOVERNOH 

DEDICATION 

SPEAKEIt 

The Hon. Afbertis S. Hairi- 
son. governor of the State of 
Virginia, will be principal -speak- 
er at the dedication of the Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach 
Saturday, June 19 at 3 p.m. 

The hospital will be opened 
July 1 and is located on Fir»t 
Colonial Road in Virginia B^ch, 
just north of Hilltop. 

Gov. Harrison will be intro- 
duced by Sidney S. Kellam, sec- 
ond vice president of the board 
of directors of the new General 
Hospitel. 

Invited gueste who will be on 
the speakers' platform are: 
George D. %OQke, Hunter C. 
Phelan, Fletcher Garlock, Wil- 
lard Ashburn, Sidney Kellam. 

Gordon Stef^nson, R. B. 
Taylor, Claiborne Bryant, W. 
Earl Willis. Karl Wunder. / 

Bill Cox, Mrs. Ann Walkls^. 
Miss Sue BrQQlMU__Mis^ Levi 
Old, Dr. Levi Old. 

Judge Richard Kellar Mill-r 
Judge Robert Wahab, Gov, Ai- 
ebrtis Harrison. 

Dr. W. T. Sanger, Mr. W. S. 
Beale, Mr. Frank Dusoh. Mr. 
Russell Hatchett, Honorable 
Tom Downing. 

Honorable Willian *. Kel- 
lam, Senator Adams, Admiral 
Taylor, Robert D. Ham, Df. 
Shanholtz. 

? Baskervill and Son,. J. A. 
Jones. _ i _i 

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Tlie General Hospital of Virginia Beach 



i - PHOTO CREDITS V 
> A speciid word M pfi^ 
-•iMNiiirgo to Boice Stadio, and 
espnaiUly to pb<H(^snq[)h«- 
Dick Dyer, for liie exceHent 
^gksHag^i^kic recwrd kept on 
tte coiHliuctkMi of Oe B«w 
Genei^ HM^ital of Vlifbiia 
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New Hospital's History 
Reflects Determination 



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VIIK5INIA BEACH, VIRGfNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 196f 

SKTIOND 



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T%c liboratory^in Ae new the new laboratory, however, 
hospital will swve as a nerve will be a fuH-time pathologist. 



center for disease detection not 
only for the hospital but for th* 
community, since its fecilities 
Will be ua&d by most of the lo- 
cal physicians for out-patient 
work. '""' 

This will not be a new polfcy; 
it has been the practice of the 
laiiorglory ia the old liQ^t«l 
buttdiag on 2Sth Street for oMay 
yetri^ Hm, •«^^fl^r f^ 
account for* about o!ie-l9ilifd*lrf 
the labtMntory schedule. 

A very valuable addition 1o 



laboratory. Most of these tests bershi|» from Ae American 



Dr John J. Krueger, who ar- 
rived in Virginia Beach last 
5»eek to take over his new du- 
ties. 

By having a pathologic on 
hand at ail times it will be pos- 
sible for ^yacians to have im- 
mediate answers to biopsys, pap 
smeus, cancer checks and other 
teits tihat we« ^tvkwsly being 
J^i^ffiM At a Norfpft h(^t:d. 

Every patient admtoed to the 
fat^&tiu nwtt undergo routine 
tga^t re^uiiless of their illness, 



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SPECIAL UNIT FOR HEMf PATIENTS 



In the last five years a new 
concept in initial hospital care 
of patients suspected of having a 
coronary thron>bosis has evolved, 
and the merit of such has re- 
sulted in a flourish of what is 
known as the Coronary Care 
" untt in many hospitals tiirou^v- 
6ut the country. 

The Coronary Care Unit plan 
at the new General Hospital of 
Virginia Beach will have four 
beds into w4iich any patient sus- 
pected of havii^ a heart attack 
may be admitted. A comfortable 
attachment of wires to the chest 
is applied, and the heartbeat is 
<»ntinuously recorded and visu- 
diad on special electronic 
equ^ent for this puipose. 

Any remarkable change in 
tfae patient's heartbeat creates 
^n instant alann at the purse's 
desk which would prompt hw^ 
to immediately go to thp pa- 
tient's bedside to determine wh^t, 
if any, serious change in the pa- 
tient's condition has taken place. 

Following heart attacks, i» 



den collapse \i^hout wming; 
this equipment . would allow 
prcmpt recognition and the wty 
necessary, immediate institution 
of resuscitative measures. 

With the newer techniques of 
mouth-to-mouth bttB&img, to- 
ge4her wkb iga M agyig the ,.iitta 
to restore circulation, aad with 
foltow-i^ use of drugs as well 
as electric shocking treatment of 
the heart, many such instances 
of collapse are eirtirely reversi- 
ble. 

Patients will be retained in 
this unit for the first five days 
following their suspected ot 
proven heart attack, as it is 
during this time that the great- 
est instances of such complica- 
tions occur. After this period, 
convalescence in most cases is 
witfiout complication, and pa- 
tients are placed on the ward 
Ux the rcmain«l of their hos- 
.pitalization. 

In hospitals where th^e units 
are in operation, it has been 
shown that die mortality rate | mediate 



reAiced to ow^half of what it 
had been whin all of the care 
was administered on the ward. 
The nurees and personnel 
working in this unit will have 
extensive training in interpreta- 
tion o f sud den chafes, in the 
electronic repCMfingWl^ heart- 



beat as well as in ioi^iation of 
proper resuscitation pending the 
{Aysicians arrival. 

The four beds will be in sep- 
arate cubicles with privacy as- 
sured and will wnbody a restful 
atmosfrfiere which is necessary 
for ths condition. 

Curtently, the DePaul Hospi- 
tal, Maryinew Hospital, Ports- 
mouth QenefBl Hospital, and 
Portsmouth Naval Hospital are 
all completing arrai^emaits for 
similar units and such is abo 
under consideration at the Nor- 
folk General Hospital. ^^^ . , ^ ,„ . 

The unit in the General Hos- ^.D. degree the followmg year 
pital of Virginia Beach will 
probably be the first in die im 



and are therefore served by the 
deal with blood analysis which 
is vital in diagnosis. 

Blood used for transfusions is 
obtained by the laboratory from 
the Tidewater Regional Blood 
Center which is supplied by the 
American Red Cross Bloodmo- 
bile visits throughout tito area. • 

Some of the laboratory's most 
dramatic moments often come 
from the immediate need for a 
particular type blood when a 
matter of minutes can mean the 
difference between life and 
death. When such incidents oc- 
cur, either a police car or a 
rescue squad unit is dispatched 
to the Blood Center for the life- 
giving fluid. 

The laboratory may not be 
open 24 hours a day when the 
hospital first opens, but a tech- 
nician will be on call at all times 
so^at its facilities wilt be avait- 
sble within a few minutes. 

Dr. Krueger comes to Vir- 
ginia Beach from Lee Memorial 
Hospital at Fort Myers, Florida, 
where he had been director of 
laboratories since 1962 and was 
serving as pathologist for three 
odier Florida hospitals. 

Dr. Krueger holds the B.S. 
in Natural Science from New- 
berry C&llege. In 1955 he did 
research into the problems re- 
lated to the mechanics of respir- 
ation at the Medical College of 
Virginia, sphere he earned the 



Medical 'Association, the Florida 
Medical Association, the Collie 
of American Pathologists and 
the American Society of Clinical 
Pathologists. 



As tit 1960s h^an, the de- 
dicated but comparatively f^w 
physirians who served the City 
of Virginia Beach and Princess 
Anne County realized their area 
was cai^t ill a population 
squeeK without sufficient hos- 
pital facilities. 

Doctors Herman F. Dormire 
and Waller L. Taylor had been 
operating a private, 32-bed hos- 
pital in the resort City of Vir- 
ginia Beach since 1947. 

Their hosfHtal, with its lab- 
oratory, x-ray departments and 
examinii^ rooms, was, literally, 
a life-saving station for those 
who were in need of immediate 
medical attention — including 
blood transfusions and oxygen'-^ 
aiul who would not have sur- 
vived the 20-mile trip to Nor- 
folk hospitals. 

But Uie total population- of 
l4incess Anne and Virginia 
Beach doubled between 1950 
and 1960, reaching 85,218 by 
1960. Recwit School Board es- 
timates for the new City of Vlr- 
^ia Beach — fornied by Ae 
Princess Anne - Virginia Beacih 
merger of 1963 — rfiow a cur- 
rent population of 135,000. 

in 1960, after several yews ©f 
discussion, a ^oup <rf citkens 
of what is now the Borough:«.of 

ited \% 



Virginia Beach incorporated 
a non-profit organintion — Gen- 
eral Hospital of Virginia Beach, 
Inc. _ with George D. Brooke 



as president. 

1 he corporation underwrote 
expenses of Sanger and Beale, 
hospital consultants, to prepare 
a feasibility report. The consult- 
ants' study confirmed the ur- 
gent need for a hospital of at 
least 100 -beds at Virginia 
Beach. The consultants' recom- 
mendations were accepted and a 
fund- raising campaign was 
started in VirgJ^nia Beach. 

Coincidentally, and almost 
concurrently, a similar fund- 
raising drive was initiated in 
Princes Anne County to finance 
a hospital at Princess Anne 
Plaza. 

After the county and city 
merged, both organizations ap- 
plied for federal aid under the 
Hill-Burton hospital act. Their j 
applications were denied, with 
ihe suggestion that the lwo 
giou(M consolidate. 

.The problem of finding a suit- 
able central location was solved 
when Mrs. Levi D. Old a^eed 
to donate 20 acres near Hilltop 
for a hospital site. 

A Houp of young doctors, m- 
spired by Mrs. Old's gift, urged 
me two groups to mer^. Con- 
sqlkiation was a(Xomplished 
aoTa federal Hill-Burton grant 
totalling $1,430,000 was ap- 
proved in October, 1962. 

The enthusiasm of the youM 
doctors was coiitegious. Specal- 
isU in every field of medicme 



arc now beii^ attracted to the 
community, and the first fStiait 
admitted to the hospital on Ji% 
1 can expKt to receive qusiliy 
medical and surgical servtot M 
every description. 

The former |Mrtvate h<»phi4, 
which was acquired by the Cfen- 
eral Hospital wwpcwatioB, is lo- 
cated at 25th and Arctic str^O. 
With 50 beds, it will contu^ to 
serve as a part of tlw Vtofkrii 
Beach General Hospiul. 

Plans for future additiotu fcic 
Virginia Beach General include 
a third floor additiwi of 70 btfja 
and an eventual capacity <rf 
350 beds when needed. 



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tients are prone to develop sud- followmg heart attacks has been operation. 



area actually under 




TU. Coronary Caw Unit of tho GMoral HespItU IrttI i>cMM IIm cfc..... of _p.tlo«U 
«B nstMt Jaxm at tU mmM* 4m«> <Bo»eo riu^} 



Interning in straight medicine 
at Grady Memorial Hospital, At- 
lanta, Ga., he was assistant resi- 
dent in pathology in 1958-59 at 
Jackson Memorial Ho^ital, Mi- 
ami, Fla., resident in clinical 
pathology there in 1959-60, and 
chief (rf laboratory services at 
the United States Army Hospi- 
tal at Fort Gordon, Ga. 

Dr. Krueger earned his diplo- 
mate in both pathologic anatomy 
and clinical pathology in 1962 
from the American Board o\ 
Pathology. 

The new doctor holds mem- 

RATHBUN NAMED 

RICHMOND — Harry Rathj- 
bun of Richmond has been 
named Christian Science Com- 
mittee on Publication for Vir- 
ginia. He succeeds Col. William 
Little of Arlington. 

The duties of the new Com- 
mittee on Publication will be to 
repr»eirt the Christian Scienpe 
Churdi in this state in relations 
with the press, radio and TV, 
public officials, individual in- 
quirers, aiMl groups. 



Vital BebM 
Scenes Workers 

Behind the unceasing work c^ 
General Hospital are a group of 
businessmen who serve in an 
advisory ca pa city to the hospital 
administratora. 

The Virginia Beadi General 
Hospitel has the following mem- 
bers on their Executive Com- 
mitter George D. Brooke, chair- 
man; Hunter C. Phelan, presi- 
dent; F. Fletcher Garlock, first 
vice-president; Sidney KeUam, 
second vice-president; A; Gor- 
don Stephenspn, third vice-pres- 
ident; R. B. Taylor; secretary; 
and Claiborne R. Bryant, 
treasurer. 

Other executive committee 
members are Willard R. Ash- 
bum, William H. Darden, Larry 
Sancilio and R. Lee Page, W. 
Earl Willis serves as administra- 
tor. 

Overseeing the hospital affairs 
is a tremendous and often com- 
plex task which demands the 
additional work of hospital di- 
rectors 




lOSPITAL Om 
TO PUBLIC 
SAT. & VSL 



The Oemrai Hofcpitid # 
Virginia Bewh will be d ^lfl^W 
vBttors immediately ^<'U^^^ 
dedication ceremonies, iRai^fr 
will end at approximately ^:90 
p.m. Saturday. 

The open house wUl eaetiBm 
until 7 p.m. On Sunday, _Aa 
hospital will be open to die |pM* 
Uc from 3 p.m. to 7, p.m. 

"Pink l«Iies" — members M 
the Goieral Hospital Aukffildy 
— will be sutioned at vttiQW 
points in the hosmtel to |i^ 
visitors and to exfHain die iM^ 
and fimctimi ol the Iio^im^ 
eqummoiL . I 

Hunter C. Phelan, jweadeir 

«f«tf» h<H^t«k i!P»"<""'*il *•■ 
dilKtiott p^ said, •^fter 

{Hitients are adnMed, such t(NUi 

would not be practicable; thee-i 

fore tfie publk; is cordtel^ ^ 

vited uid uiged to tseiie ^Ui 

opportunity to visit tbe i^s^fM 

hri^t itt^rkHT of <Mur nenw Ins- 

pital and to cimtyt ita t^^et^ 

modnn equipment <rf evny lib* 

scriptkm, from iH kkdwl tot 

its operating roon vaU JtaAcxa- 

tories." 

A tour may be c<mifrieied m 

45 to 90 minutes, 

upon interests of tlte 

visitor. 



Ho«»iui AiminUtnMm W. E«rl WIBb ImIm •▼Wf tfc. pUm irf 
tho Mw koapiUl during tho ••riy fdwakiK atafM. (Boico Pbolo) 

WILUS STARTED 
EARLY ON PLANS 



Back in 1963, b^ore the fir^ 



They are: Paul W. Ackiss, H. spade of dirt was turned on the 



A. Alb««, John Aragona, A. L. 
B<Miney, Wifiard R. Ashburn, 
James A. Beasley, Sr., M. Ward 
Cole, William G. Bruce, George 
D. Brooke, Claiborne R. Brv- 
ant, Charles L. Burlage, E. H. 
Church, Algy W. Cohen. 

William A. Cox, Jr., William 
H. Darden, Frank A. Dusdi, 
V. A. Etheridge, Osar B. Fere- 
bee, Jr., Robert S. Gay, F. Flet- 
cher Garlock, Robert G. Hof- 
heimer, John Warren Hull, 
Leitfh Hogshire, Preston F. Hix, 
Henry Y. Ingranj.-^^ . 

Gene A. Joynbr, ^gnk^lCel- 
1am, R. Lee Page, F. ST Royster, 
Julian S. Lawrence.* Walter C. 
Maher, W. W. McClanan, Sid- 
ney S. Kellam, John W. Musick, 
L. F. Patrick, Hunter C. Phe- 
lan, Georj?s Phillips, R. Brad- 
shaw Pullev, James P. Sadler^ 
Larry A. Sancilio, A. Gordon 
Steohenson. 

' Rdsert L. Simpson. Barl V. 
Slattum, Lewis E. Smith, B. M. 
Stanton, Scott Sterling, R. B. 
Taylor, J. W. Wood, Charles 
Syer. Jr., Frank D. Tarrall, Jr., 
Lewis Thurston, William J. 
Vau^an, Janfes H. Watters, R. 
S. Wahab, Jr., Richard J. Wete- 
bon, A. J. Winder and^Karl A. 
Wunder. 



20-acre sHe near HiHton, W 
Earl Willis *wl*N»amed admin- 
istrator of a festftal^da^ was 
still in the plann^g ^a|8^ 

There was a^ reason f<» tftis 
seemin^y premature appoint- 
ment. By havii^ the admmistra- 
tor on hand during the eifliest 
planning stages of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach it 
enabled him to direct the design 
ol die buikJii^, Uie hiring of 
personnel, Ae settir^ Up of the 
conrplex schedules, the handling 
of the funds and the supervision 
of many other phases of neces- 
sary preparations i»ior |o in- 
struction. 

In other words, the early ap- 
pointment of Willis by tiie board 
.of directors has given him tiw 
opportunity to know flie buUd- 
ing inside and oiit. 7f has paved 
the way for a smoother opera- 
tion once the doors are open and 
patients are admitting. It has 
given him an insight into a ccwn- 
munity and its hospital that few 
administrators are priviteged to 
have. 

These advantage, coupted 
witii Willie own extensivt back- 
ground in hospital work, bring 
to the new General Hospital oi 



Virginia Beach a top-notch ad- 
ministrator. 

The 38-yearHold native of 
Chase aty, Va., holds a B.S. 
degree from Richmond Profes- 
sional Institute which was pte- 
liminary education to graduate 
work at die University of Vir- 
ginia ami tiie Medical OAlcgs 
of ViigiQia. , , , ^ 

\^le doing diis graduate 
work he was employed as hos- 
pital auditor for the State Health 
Departotent's Bureau of Hos- 
oitals and Nursing Facilities in 
Riclunond and administrative 
resident at Roanoke Memorial 
Hospital. 

He beoame assUtant admin- 
istrator of die Roanoke facility 
in 1957 and tiiree years later 
took over the adminitrator's du- 
ties at Southside Community 
Hospital in Farmville, a tjost he 
held u ntil coming t o Virginia 
Beach In 1963 



Willis has served two tours of 
duty with the U.S. Naval Re- 
serve, in 1945 and 1951. 

He is a member of the Ameri- 
can College of Hospital Admin- 
istrators, the American Hospital 
Assocation and the Virginia 
Hospital Association. 

WiHis lives with his wife and 
two children at 1012 Brandon 
Road, in Bay Colony. 



^ Hitspmtti 

IMPORTMIT 



If yew live in Vit^ia, ll» 
v^ f idlest ywi rirauld litv» 
to travel to get to a tel^iitld iJI 
47 miles, according to a itudy 
recenUy conducted by tin ^^ 
gif \iy Counctt on tibiiA itti 
Medical Care. 

That k die distance you iMM^ 
have to travel if you Qwnd N 
€bincoteague. The neirest hda- 
pitlls are «t NassawadoK, Vir- 
ginia, and &li^ury, Marylanl 

Sixty-four per cent of dMs; 
conununities listed witb ti^^ 
CoiincH as needing a is0i^^ 
practitifHier are within 10 hiile* 
of a hospitd. Nineteen fm i^it 
are at distances ranging between'^ 
10 and 20 miles. That leav^ 17; 
•per cent at distances ningb^ 
from 20 to 47 miles. " • - ^ 

The Council has 118 njclil 
communities in Virginia H^ed 
at Ae present time. The COO^ 
eil's Physkaan Referral Servi(% 
has been engaged in tryla| tot 
brine doctor^hort commwities 
tf^etiier with practi^s^pking 
doctors for afinost 15 ^i« no*. 

Oiincoteague — die iwt^ 
place to live if ^u want to tnk 
to a h(^pital in a hurrv-«-4s & 
study in irmy, dKH^. Tine W 
a One Million doHar hoMiMa tt 
the shut-down Naval Air »»• 
tkm there. It has never becft 
isetf An aecepttMe leaat b** 
ttreen die citi»ns <^ ^ tomt 
and dw mmfameiA 90M Mt 
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Aids Hospital In Many Ways 



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a viriuiteer group of 
ity-ffiMed #<Mn^ who 
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mm^iMmiAi&i are a huniKar 
^rf*«|o^lte bofptM hails as 
^•kf^sMi «^ viiitors aiKl 
^^lrt^^qt^lOQt. rw «rnuM&, 
akt ^ti^, fin-ln at rarious 
fitai^f^ perform a aHiItitu<|e 
ef Mi-^^b^cal ^t^ tfiat are 
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W$t' 9am siiwe Ot^b^* oT 

19^ tkt auiUary will socn 

tuffl^'*M at^irtoe to Ae new 

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domAy kee^ te 121 active 
»jMuhilr i «a ao c^ra hosier 
i^^MlJUe^ v(riuotsers, who 

MM'm Brooke, are <frawi) 
fron ita ov@all nienitie9<diip c^ 





. jm Piak hadf te DO so- 

dal^priwr. It's work. Ljut year 
Aihetdie v^teMM Onmedta 
about 6^64 kam ol a^ice to 
tte-tlwMte): the aew h»piul 
witin qfci; eym ^ve dqn^ 

er ommIM, ilgaHJBe a i of what 
k#.« Wied thm. and jvai^ 
^^p4j fte rewbA ^y per- 
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C^rtelait air MaditiMiiay mmlt$ for Vm bM^Ul U Jmt •■• •! 
■war ways IIm MKlli.rT |yu aM*! tk* oM hMpitd. Ite »«Hil>«r« 
••W IM* forWM^ t« ■ Ntur* of ••rric* far tb« mw kMpluL 

C^rating ujuter a capaUe by selling (knated paintinp at 
tjate of officers, tiic auxiliu^ u i the Boardwalk Art aow. 





mtihusiam « w is- 
iMt wminer 2! 
i<med tlwir 
-■,-^^'Mii dKw myd) praise 
1^^ wtttMry nemben awi 
^1^0 Itttfen Mr A^ ^fbrti. 
f^^l^ ^(ti and tiM b^jni gave 
i^ ^0em^ i^uier hoars thM 

ft bi49l l^tM Ott ttic 
(» an «rDiiq job to 
^BtiM aervkse aad 
to te teifptaL 



orgaoiud arouod commilt^ 
that hajKlie a ^riety of duties 
Mrs. Gihnore TiR»ooke, for in- 
«ance, heads a grmip responsi- 
ble for maintainii^ lawns and 
{^anting, Mn. 0. L. Maderia 
and her aMnnittee boosts the 
h<»pital a»i the auxiliary through 
puUic relatitms aqdNfrs. P. L. 
C^vts' gnnip is responsible for 
<koorati^ food trays on hey- 
days. V 

Tlie luj^Mtal has boefited 
from tiM auxiliary iq more ways 
than service. Mn^ James H. Wai- 
ters, cbabnttn of tb« coup's 
special 0t and memor^ fun 
receady pr^ented the hospital 
wiA a $1,000 check tq cmn^ete 
the it cctdi^mii^. Mart than 
$1,230 weirt to tlw hospital in 
1964 throi«h mnnniih mwt 
^wcial 0tL 



(X ccnra, tl^e is idso die 
{»xR)lem (rf raising funds for the 
auxiliary so that it can carry out 
its worthwhile work and contri- 
bute various needed items to il^ 
ho^utai Mrs. Bamard BBt|e< 
man heads the new ways and 

ye^ ralMQ fi^ 1^ . 
a t«^t ctmoeft by ._._, 
tofl %oa^ a fo6d 
lit Mh FUtti and $2m 





This ^ar*8 c^kcts include: 
Mrs. C. W. Walkley, president; 
Mrs. W. K. Rommer, vice presi- 
dent! Mrs. R. F. Trant, corres- 
pcndii^ secrttary; Mrs. W. B. 
Baldwin, recording secretary; 
aad Mrs. R S. Meredith, treas- 
urer. 

Other committee chairmen 
include: Mrs. 0. R. Berketsy, 
hospitality, Mrs. Samuel Sa- 
mouce, membership; Mrs. How- 
ard Eager, telephone; aiKl Mrs. 
Fielding Jeter, interior decorat- 
ing. 

"TTic foturc erf tfie auxMiary 
is fuU of promise," Mrs. Walk- 
ley said. *^e hope to add many 
new features to our present 
service. Some of these will t^ 
a book cut, gift area witti inex- 
p^irive hao<krafts made by 
tMmhtn, n^essity cart with 
toilet artkles for sale, an ad- 
my^ii^ Mrvice ami a ccMUpli- 
nwitary toy ma(fe by auxiliary 
menbers for eadi child patient" 

-' If the ^ture Uxdu te^t for 
^ mt^h, it looks even 
^^^ for Hie hosiNia} . . . be- 
caim c^ fte outsJ^HM wj»k 
ttid &x^^tifi^(ms (4 ^1 ittdst 
aaef^'groOi) of woi^a. 



AGREEMENT SIGNED 

LITTLE CREHC — fhe 
U.S. Viyti ik^i^ibioiis l^ij^ 
Litde Ct^A, Norfolk, and 
Fip Mivi District 
Tfl|d«i„ i^^fkcH ftcenlly 
a om-year a»eeme« ^verning 
working cnnflitinnt for approxi- 
mately 400 employees on the 
Base. Approval by the OitET rf 

a|reemeiit in ^ict ij|lm«llately. 

The ^{reemeot was stoicd bv 
Qipt Nelson P. Watkins, USN. 
Commanding Otficcr U lie 
Base, and Mr. betnei P. 
Kn«s:ht, presidcrtl of tbe C^ifKil. 
Ni^iatbns were concliidsd 
aftw- 13 bar|ainiiif sessions over 
a period of 3 months. The apce- 
n^t se^ ^Qwn a formal agree- 
ndlii <^ ^ conditions on the 
B§«5, and ^s iieMtiaM un<fcr 
the provisuMis of pxscuttve Ck- 

d^ iom- - 

Tbt pMDcil was gfiint«| ev 
c^iv^ recc^ition by the Ba^ 
in |uly 19^ It represents all of 
tl^ Base's n»|i-suKmfoiy, blue 
cdl^ workers. ^- ^ 

SEiUIAN HONORED 

OCEANA — p^^rsonnelman 
Seaman Ch«-les Livingston Cof- 
fey recently received a Letter of 
Commendation for his outstand- 
ing military service and devotion 
to local civil affairs during his 
t?rm of duly ia Vi^ia Beach. 

Cotey, who has beejj trans- 
ferred b'Key West, Ra., was at- 
tached to Attack Squadron 42 at 
Oceana Naval Air Station. His 
commendation was presented by 
Cmdr. W. S. Nelson, command- 
ing officer of the squadron. 

While here, Coffey donated 
many volunteer hours to flile 
Boy and Girl Scouts of America 
and the Young Men's Christian 
Association. He was an active 
member of St. Mark's AME 
Church in Virginia Beach. 



lite American Hospital Asso- 
ciation reports that the averse 
patient's stay is 7.7 days, as 
against 14 daj^ 25 years ago. 
The decline is attributed to let- 
ter medicines, new equipment 
and improved treatment. 



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WHO MAPE THIS MUCH NpEDED 
FAGIUTy A HEAMTY 

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NOftPORT SUPPLY CO.. INC 



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3441 MAN6IK>VE AVI 
tlORFOLK, VIRGINIA 
PHONE 855-3134 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 
When George D. Brooke stepped 
down as president of the Gen- 
eral Hospiul of Virginia Beach, 
it )Nu n^mary that a dynamic 
poiKMiality be found to carry on 
and be the forcx ^opelling ever 
forward the aim to complete to 
reality the dream of a complet3ly 
ijoodem new hospita* o serve the 
City of Virginia B^K;h. The per- 
ttct answer was Hunter C. 
Pheian. 

Mr. Pheian tj^i.Vcs a true 
southern gentleman, soft-spoken 
and kigd with a deep concern 
f^M- his fellow man. As regai as 
an eagle, he sees what has to ^ 
(kme, and he sea. that it dbes 
get done. His long public service 
record includes work as head of 
a committee which laid the 
foundations for the Virginia 



Siate I^Mls Aothority; chairman- 
ship of the 1939 Community 
C%est drive, and work as head 
of the Council of Social Agen- 
cies in the 1930's. 

Bom in Texas in 1893, he 
came to Norfolk in 1934. He is 
a dir^rtor of several corpora- 
tions and was a foimer presi- 
dent of Cokmial Stores, Inc., 
and of WAVY radio and tele- 
vision stations. He is chairman 
of the bo^ of directors of the 
Virglnu Beach branch of Vir- 
ginia National Bank. 

A former resident of Nor- 
folk, he was honored by that 
city in 1953 by being named 
•First Citian. He and his wife 
now live in Virginia Beach on 
South Bay Shore Drive. Their 
two sons ait married and there 
are foar grandchildren. 



VIROINA BEACH SUN.ThWiday, Jur» 17, 1965 



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NOT SO 'HEARTLESS' 



Patients often regard the Gen- 
eral Hospital dietician as a 
"hearHess woman" —and with 
small wond^ but Mrs. L. H. 
Zehmer goes about doing her 
work )ust the same. 

"Her "|K>i8onous" reputation 
comes frcwn her duty to pre- 
scribe special diets that patirats 
often tebe\ against. 

"'Patienrts too often fail JVj 
realize that a diet may be as 
valuable to the cure of their 
illness as medication," she says. 

An efficient, brisk-pac^ la- 
dy, Mrs. Zehmer leaves the Vir- 
ginia Beach Hospital to handle 
the dietary affains for Genial 
Hospital 

"Everyone has different eat- 
ing habits and any time there is 






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Ch««rful and colorful •arrowadint* go • long way in making a paient't hotpiUl ttay laoro 
ploaMMt ana tiM pattont roema^t Ae Conoral Hoipital of Virginia Baaeli are baaatlfttlly deco- 
rated for this roaMn. Tlio modara dacpr was ^annad and exacuted by Mr*. Judy Fiachor, interior 
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a deviation from tf^r 
diet, we ^t com^nhM.** 
timates Hiat irfxMit om-i 
all hcmpital {wttenti M 
Beah are on t^ixM ^ts 
ii difflcuh^ conviitee tfi^^t 
they are being depri^ <rf^i^- 
taii) foods for their own fOOA.' 

"Actually,- Mf». Zty«i*ff 

says, "there are many (M^lls • 
whose own wants are m)i9 tM* 
portant to them than tfwto (Mm - 
healtih. Men ^ept diete Nmr 
than wohaow" ' <- i 

There u a good, 1(^hiI i^- 
Mm for this, ^ trs^wM'. wariek 
work with food and find' K' p 
task to deprive Uiemselvs dl' 
dishes they are preparing i^lc 
men will simply eat the fON^ pift 
before them. ,^| 

Althoi^h there are many Qpfn-t 
binatioos of diets wed in %)i- 
pitais for as m«iy varM^,af 
ailments, tfie bland diet ^.'j^, 
hardest for patients to stay (st^ 
The re^rictc^ sodium diet ivns 
a close second, the dietician sai^ 

A patient put on a blain diet , 
gets no raw flhiits or vi^e^fei 
and most of the cocrit^ fodi , 
must be strained cv ma^ed. TKe 
dietician helf» ttie fo^n* 
through the finrt stages cf ^i^ii^ 
diet by using SMesoniqp ' lad ' 
herbs as much m possiUt. uv • 

Seasonings, mix«l with Ava-^ 
riety of foods, (kes nw^to' 
improve any of the apcdal 4iels, 
Mrs. Z^imer said. -h. c 

Not aH problems ariM Mrit 
jMtieets on restrfi^d*^> <HMk 
Thert is just as mi»h ww^erl i M i. 
tiOii AtiMn those ?^ mtiil ■wl-i 
denly eat larfe wmmA dL. 
heavy foods. * /^' 

Most of the b(»pitd (Mt^^'' 
receive regular diets and did^i||l 
their trays may not iiKrhide gour- 
met dishes, the food is varied, at- 
tractive and appe&ing. V.'l"*'^"; 

Most of the foods are jffe- 
pared in their imtural state ind 
even smne tA Uie ^wcial dlft' 
foods are fixed in the hdg^^Ulk 
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to the many dedicated men and women 
who helped make Virginia Beach 
General HospitM possible. 



The James G, GUI Company 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — En- 
te/Uton^ trfap(tn1iNl In t||i 
Capes BcatA wd ^b«M ai^ 
promi^s a uuon of excellent 
listening apd (|anc}qg pleasure. 

Starting Frkiajr ^k( tfiiou^ 
Jui» 17, will be the popular 
Frank Brown Combo, to be 
followed on June 18 throuili 
July 2 by the headhncr <rf Flw- 
ida supper clubs, Bruse Steven's 
Combo. Highlighting the Fourth 
of July week (July 3-i) » Rich- 
mond i exciting 16 f^^ca (||>- 
chesira, The ^tincntals, fea- 
turing Nita Kiiby as vocalist. 

July 9, Frank Sorrel will 
bring his soj^isticated s(K;iety 
music witlh an ei^geroent 
throu^ July IS. Al De Hanis 
and hu grou|} make a return en- 
gagement on July 16 through 
August 12, and again on Au- 
gust 27 throu^ Si^t. 9. 

August 13 through August 26, 
Jack jenning'i combo, *i»o were 
here over the Memorial Day 
Weekend, will take a secqnd 
bow, 

Sparking the dinller hours of 
7 to 9, Carol Linley is being 
featured at the organ in The 
Thimble Shoals Room, through 
I^bor Day. 



INSTALLATION HELV 

BAYSIDE — Mrs. E. L. 
Johnson, Sr. was installed as 
prssideot of the Ladies' Auxil- 
iary of the Chesapeake Beach 
Volunteer Fire Department at a 
meetiiw held recently. Other of- 
ficers mstalkd were Mn. C. J. 
Hu^es, vice president; Mn. E. 
L. IdinsoD, Jr.. secretary; 'Mn. 
JL. E. L«ster, tnasurer; airs. J, 
L. Dunning, chaplaii}; and Mrs. 
C. T. Marios, historian. 

Mrs. T. W. Marios, the out- 
going president, was presented 
with a silver bowl in apprecia- 
tion for her fine worl df the 
p8«t year. A silver bracdet disc 
for perfect attendance was 
awarded to Mrs. W. H. Gay- 
lord, Sr. 




WE APPLAUD 

THE SUPPORT 

OF OUR CmZENS 

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NEEDED FACQJTIES 



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tl|e llm loM _ 

are« in 19}1 and Mrfonncd iMMi 

"He started aa iodifi^*'! 
clinic at St. Vincent's and^fl 
W9S in djitfge of the oM^ 
men's ward there befMel 
U.S. Public Healii Service 
pital wfis bvAt." Us %i^1 
*'Hf pveriiit. 
work." 

Mn, Old said hir k<|^aail 
also wHdd provMe ^icto tt9 1^ 
young doctwt wlio h*d ^Mned 
at St Vincent's to start their 
own pr^t^i ami ^)onK>t«d tt0 
'&iXl^ education of s«^ fom^ 
mm, iaclu^ h» owtt ao^ fil» 
Levi Old h. V ^ 

"C^ of tti Ik^ I^ 
throii§^ eoHege a iK^ ' 
«lent of the 
and anot^ is ^^nslil^ fji te 
WorU ConTi^nce m MAs^ 
i«n/' she said. "My ^i^iad 
did A iot {4 Mtl$^ (jpMy and 
he iras a gnat beilei«r in edu- 
caticn." 

Dr. pid was i graduate oC 
Rai^MlA-Muxni 0)1|^ an4 
the University o! Virginia M^- 
cal School, 9)as$ of 189S. He 
st^ed his inU^rmhip at St. VU* 
cent's Cte Paul Hosp^l in Hm- 
foljt. He was a chwrter memfcr 
of thp Anierican Cohege (rf *m 
geofts in }913 and was a men}4 
ber of the Nqrfqljt County Med- 
ic|}l Society, h^ Old tnet Dr. 
Old when she Was a nprsc at &i 
Vincent's, and they were nwB* 
ried in 1923. He practiced fnedi< 
cine in Norfc^ for 50 years 
after serHng at t ftu^ in the 
medical corpi <toing the ^h^ 
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Oak Hill Farm, Loodoi) gndge, ^ 
on January jO, 1961, at d>e a^ 
(rf 92. But l)is |{^t luwj QienK^ 
•will lh« foiever with the ^m- 
pletiott <rf tfie New G^nerkl Hosn 
pital of Yir^iua QeM:h. 






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AND CO NCR A T U L A T I O N S 

TO THE NIW 

General Hiipltal Of Vi|(Mia Beach 



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ERGENCY ROOM RANKS 
AMONG BEST IN STATE 



tW &iwqency ftomi in 4he , ^uif^ped en^ency in the state. 
Mw Oo^nl Hi^liri of Vir- Its nine cubicles csn, in case 
(jAla Bew^ viM be tte lat^t in of emerf ency, accomodate 12 
1^^ aod pr^Mbly Ac best | patients. Stretdier-type examin- 




ing and trestment tables make it 
p(Mstt>le to fliove the patient 
worn aiea to area within the Iras- 
pital for additional treatment 
witfKNit having to move the pa- 
tient himself. 

The Emergency Room wffl 
Operate ai a 24-hour tasis. It 
wilt be staffed by professicmal 
personnel. Members of the ac- 
tive m^ical staff will provide 
constant medical coverage. 

As a part of the ^crgency 
Npoom area, b an emcrgeiKry 
(grating room to perform life- 
saving operations for accident 
victims knmediatdy. 

The Emergency Room will be 
eqa'tf^ted with the latest in life- 
saving equipment to handle any 
emergency, large or nnall. 




Ceorge D. Brtmke 

oke Was Driving 
Force Behind Hospital 

'in tile mAy i^miiiig sUges of uten d» rnqmnsibihty. Bat 1^ 
"^^mmAmeivm oonaeoMHitt- tte tiaw he retired, the hospital 



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mftPovlM^ Vii^ntt Beach, 
• Sm A^ a aember was ccm- 
^^uMiiio^Mtal AAniustti- 
ttvMir. Earl Wfllb on sugge^d 




'» ene Monr die sec- 
ftjntet haveJ* WIfltt said. "It 
ttorif ta«« a ^0sM fnitare <hi 
M^ JMk. mbm him, Oe 
'"^^'-* fB^^ wivGt haw been 




Wit was rderni% oi courae, 
10 ($»xgt O. Brodke, the hm- 
fl^& &it prtsklrat And what 
Wm uaA was bet, not exag- 
SHiiMu ftooke was the driving 
lir^bahiad Uie iKMipitid in its 
' — --^"-fc 4k^ It was his drtcr- 
^fcvt that guided tlw 
dmw^ its diffwult be- 
ud saw k <m the path 

GOOatflKtUSL 

BiJEWke stepped down as {Mes- 
fcfcnt in Januafy, 1964, nearly 
five ^ars a^ he had under- 

Dl TOP TEH 

ROS^^LL. N.M. — J. B; 
K^is^ikui ci Vir^nia Be«^ has 
be^ nap^ as being <me of 
^Cadets tt die New Mexico 
KOMry Institute who finidied 
fte ufxmd half <rf the year in 
the Ic^ ton per cent oi their 
MWSuty Science classes. 



WW rad» oowtrw^MHi. lAit ^» 
ikxf-time nflroad man he % 
Brocrfce h^ $tay»l at the coo- 
tnA uatU Iheie was only a ctear, 
^itMAt tmk idiead. 

He M now chairmtti at the 
b(md i3t General HonHal as 
w«Si as a r^r^l railrcmi execu- 
tive, ffis ancestor iiK;lude two 
lAysUaas: Lawroice ftw^e, 
who Slaved as a Navy suqeon 
UQ^ John I^iil Jones <m the 
^a$H Hoinme Richaiil and 
ThoMW VlNkn Brooke, who 
sarved in the Civil War wHh die 
Rkhniood Howitzos. , 

B(xn in SNitherlin, Ya., in 
1«78, the board chainmui grad- 
uated firtHn Vkginia Milita^ In- 
stitirte }ust at the turn of the 
cottury m 1900 with tfw B.S. 
d^iee and lata: received a civil 
es^tetwg ds^ee from VMI. 

A.fcnrmer board chainnan of 
iht Virginia Railroad, he retired 
in 1959. Brooke began laying 
{rfans f<M' a general hos{ntal 
nearly seven years ago on the 
urging of Willard Ashfoum of 
Virginia Beach. 

Brooke enjoys gardening i and 
quail hunting. He was chosen 
First Citizen of 1961 by the Vir- 
guiia Beach Chamber of Com- 
merce for his outstanding serv- 
k» to the community through 
his work toward the new hos- 
pital. 




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aMMUaiaf watl traalfliaat uMat Malia it pocaibia to nova tba patiant froM araa ta araa far mMi- 
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Hotpital of Viripnii BmAi 
as iina|e intennfbr a 
dlo^a(ri)ic unit in tlK Dc^rWr 
raent of R«)iok}gy. ^,^ 

This equipment, whk:h Mf > ^ 
txwn develofWKl only in the bM - 
few years, it u^ in ^W^ 
fluoroscopic X-fay in mililiillilllK 
whi^ are mainly a study dtfL 
moving organs 0€ oi motkHi mni 
seM. , ; 

Conventional fftK»o- 
scopic machines ^avt a tctmm 
whiqh ctmvertt X-rays to a ^ , 
lible image which the radiof 
can bbserve. Inage {ntensift 
tion units use a special elec 
tube and c^tical system w! 
increases tlie image bri ' 
by several ^usand times 
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smaller amount of radiaUtm 




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l^reet and Pacific Avenue, will 
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By means of cineradiograpli , . 
machine, motion pictures can ^M 
made of the image from ti^V' 
image intensifier. The pur 
of this is to make apermai 
record of the desired portioi^i 
the examination. Indeed, 
motion" pictures can be ma 

The advantage bore is tlii4 
area AM be studied by die 
do^t however loi^ is 
without additional, radiatkm 
the patient. Hits fmxsduK _ 
particularly good for 
orpins wlH^e there i« rapkl 
c(Mn|>lex motion such as to 
cardiovasci^f system and f 
of the gastrointestinal and 
piratory '- systems. 

The cineradiographk unit in 
the new Ge^ral Hc»(»tal o{^ 
Virginia Beach is pm qb^. 91 
unit in any of tiie cMimi 
hospitals in the Ti<te«wbr 
The benefit of this eqtufmieiM 
will be increased diagMstic ac-^^. 
curacy widi less ra^wkm e%yi| 
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a cartificato of appraciatioa tiatiag a taatiiaoaial Hmnmr hmUt te 
Brooka's Iwaor tkwrtir aftar kU ratlroBaat as prMi^al. . 

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A spanking rjevy^ hospital and a brand new bank-we've got more in common than meets the eye. 

We're both dedicated to serving the hfeeds of oor community. ^ 

You'll be trying to help people out as much as you can . . . and so will we. 

You'll be^rovlding the finest medical care to the people you serve here in Virginia Beach. For our part, 
we'll provide the finest financial care for our customers. 

So, from the staff erf Seaboard's new Hilltop office to everyone at the new General Hpspjtal of Virginia 
Beadi - our congratulations and best wishes. ^ 




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BLAOKSBURG — The Vir; 
ginia Polytechnk; Institute Corps 
of Ca(tets aniKMiic^ that Wald^^ 
K. Mowen. Ill, has recently t 
been promoted tt) the rank n , 
Second Lieutenant in the Cor^ 
of Cadets. 

He is the son of hik. and K^** 
W. R. Mowen, Jr. wto reside it 
1325 Chewink OHirt, Witpm^ 
Beach. Wally attoiilpd Viigiiui 
Beach Hidi School 

The duU^ of his new poH* 
tion witt comist (rfjxinf a l%^t 
Leader. He was selected <» tte 
basis of military knowle^, 
lea^rship abiUty, ai»i efie^h«» 
ness m handlmg men. 

Other of his activities awl dis- 
tuK^tions ii^kfte: inembersdiip 
in the Amertean Mtflcetui^ As- 
sociation, AmerKan fo^Oite vt 
Architects, Ring Dance Dectv- 
ation OMnmift^, and partidjm- 
AdD'in Intrmnural Sp(vts. 

TB OFFICE OPEN 

NORPOUC — .The Scwft. 
e^em Vir^ia Tuterc^Mi 
and He^th AsodatkM willttM 
an open iKHise at its^m^i^t^, 
5349 East Mnc^sss Anm R^d, 
Norfolk, June 16 frona 4 to 8 
p.m. 

Several demo^tnttoitt fd 
equipment used in ttrii ^^j^j^t 
and treaUfl)^ d je^iafimy db> 
eases wiU be givra ^rti^ ^ 
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THAT MOMENTOUS JVIOMENT, 

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TO^^^rrpm the dodhi of the new General Hospital of Virginia Beach swing open, 

let each of u^ appr^iate that this beautiful, modern facility with its high calibre 

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achievement that belongs to the few purposed civic leaders who gave it inception, 
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FRANK A. DUSCH, MAYOR 



S. PAUL BROWN, VICE MAYOR 



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EARL M. TEBAULT 



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JOHN W. McCOMBS 



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In Colorado 



FLOOD LEAVES 
LOCAL FAMILY 

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DESTITUTE 

byRri^JMi^PWHIps 

BACK Bay -^ Forrest H. Davis is oa his way home for 
the first time since 1957. A Navyman fw 16 of his 33 years, he 
has just completed a tour of duty in Viet Nam and is, bringing his 
wife and five children home to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
W. P. Davis of Back JMkr" ^f<^<'c completing a 'tranter to 
California. 



FIVE SENATORIAL CANDIDATES 
ANSWER 8 VITAL QUESTIONS 



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llie plans all seemed so rou- 
tine when the family left Seattle 
Oh June 15. But that was before 
tragedy struck, before the family 
was left destitute in a small Cold- 
rado town. 

■ ^ Weary after three days of 
leveling across country in a car 
loaded down with five young- 
sters under nine years of age, 
and all the famify's clothing, 
Davis and his wife check^ into 
a motel last Thursday ni^ in 

^Limon, Colorado.^ ' 

During the right they were 
awakened by a frantic kno^ m 
the door. A flash flood bad 
surged into die town twA^t 
wamiim. 





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VIRGFNIA BEACH ^ En- 
gine^s of the Virginia National 
, Guard are doing a $50,"(K)0 re- 
habilitation job on the State Mil- 
itary Reservation here as part 
of their summer field training. 

Major General Frank H. Brit-, 
ton, deputy conumuMlB^ ^n- 
eni! of Second Anny, saw {nrt 
of the wor^in progress today 
during the course of his official 
inspection c^ the summer en- 
campment of ^^Mxjximately 
1,700 (^ic^rs and men. 

TTie 666 officers and men of 
the 176th Engineer Group, from 
the Richmond and Gate City 
areas, have undertaken a faatf 
dozen major projects, despite dw 
fact they spent the first four 
days of their two*week training 
ISO-miles away at Camp 
Pickett. 

When they leave here Sat- 
urday to return home, they will 
have: 

1. Restored protective sand 
mounds, or dunes, along the 
beach front of the tar^t areas.' 

2. Rehabilitated the draina^ 
system for the camp area, in- 
cluding a section of the reserva- 
tion which, for drainage pur- 
poses, also serves the Navy's 
Dam Neck area. 

3. Filled in depressions on the 
sites oi fixed wai^houses. 

4. Removed old concrete 
fou^ations and underpmninp 
of other razed structures to im- 
prove Uie appearance and use- 
fulness of the reservation. 

5. Built roadi connecting the 
40-mm gun firing line with the 
radar installations to the rear. 

6. Qeaied up a .sul^tantial 
section of the wooded area, a 
jH-oiect that includes removing 
underbrush and cuttii^ wasle 
timber for firewood. 

The 176th Engineer Group if 
commanded by 0>1. Anwld W. 
Ellis <d RichmoMt and inchides 
die 276di Engli»er BattaMon 
commanded by Lt Col. Harry 
JW. Weeks of Richmond and the 
103(Hh Enj^eer Battalion of 
Gate City, commmided by Lt 
Col. William L. Lwter, Jr., of 
Micttodiian. 



"When I opened the door the 
water was eight feet deep," tHi^ 
vis told his mother later by 
telephone. 

Along with other travelers, 
the Davis' managed to get to the 
top ei the motel where uey spent 
the remainder of the ni^t. They 
didn't know until later tiiat 17 
persons in their immediate ar«i 
K»t their lives in the flood. 

The youngest Davis child, 
only six months old, was critic- 
ally in for die next two days 
from gas fumes inhaled whUe 
awaiting rescue from the rocrf- 

top- 
When the flood waters re- 
cwded the follow^ day dMj 
family took stock of dfeir situ- 
g^; It mu Ml a ftetwM pie-* 
mt. AMho«|k dieir- furniture 
was iafely enrowte to Caiifomia. 
die flood had ti^ theh car, all 
of their moi»y and every ptece 
of clodiing diey owned e»;ept 
what diey had frantically put tm 
in tiM desperate r^sh to ocape 
death. 

For the Mxt two days, until 
the baby was out of danger, the 
family was housed in ememenoy 
quarters at Limon High School. 
The American Red Cross noti- 
fied die Navy mechaiic's parents 
of tiicir son's plight and they 
wired what available cash they 
ihad. 

But trawling with five chil- 
dren is an expensive prop<Midon. 
The family got as ^ at Denm 
on Monday and again had to 
wire for aid. They are now 
headed for Virginia Beach and 
should arrive wkhin the next day 
or so. 

Several precious days of the 
long-awaited leave are gone. 
Jhey will spmd the remainder 
of ^e time with Mr. and Mrs. 
Davis at tiieir farm and fish 
camp in Back Bay. Bat after the 
leave, then what? How does a 
family of seven start over from 
scratch — especially when they 
must travel Kime 3,000 miles to 
reach their fumtture and new 
IxMne? This is die pnrfriem that 
faces Forres Davis when he ar- 
rives here tins week. 

It will not exactly be an un- 
familiar {Hobtem. In Januuy, 
jurt^fore DavB 1^ for Viet 
Nam, he w^ fttationed bri^y 
in Japan ,liv^ hi a Navy'lwu-- 
racks. The barnK:ks caught fire. 
Nearly ,every item of clodiing 
Davis owned went up in flames. 



CAR BURNS DP 

BAYSIDB — A small com- 
pact car caught fire eariy Wed- 
nesday morning as its drhrer was 
on the ramp to Nordihampton 
Bmilev%rd «>ming off Shore I^. 

Two unite from d» Omia- 
peake Beudi Vctoitea- Fire De- 
partment reportedly extii^ished 
the blaze in irtwtA 15 minutntr 
Damage to the car was esti- 
mated at $800. Owner <A the 
vehicle, wIk) ew^ied oninjiuvd, 
was a navaJ officii bitf his iden- 
tity is unknown at this time. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — The Norfolk-Virginia Beach League 
of Women Voters will presem its non-partisan political rally Mon- 
day at 8 p.m. at Princess Anne High School with the five state 
senatorial candidaies on band to participate in an open forum. 

Some weeks ago the state senatorial candidates from this 
district— L. Chaile* Buriage. William H. Hodges, William P. 
Kellam, Gordon F. Marsh and William B. Spong, Jr. — all Demo- 
crats, were sent qt^stionnaires, compiled by the League of Women 
Voters of Virginia, asking for die candidate's opinions en ei^t 
timely tonics. ' . 

Iheir answers to the questions are as follows: 

1. uo yon MA dw State of Vfai^M skiovM takf mps to 
■Hevlirte tke d^ kwd myw caiiied by lis cWcs Mi coanHfCs? 
Ex|rfaiii. 

BURLAGE (Virginia Be^h): "The only reasonable answer is 
the levy trf a 2% sales tax which would produce SlOO-millbn an- 
nual revojue. Tne citks, coimties and towns of Virginia are over 
$6S0-milUon in debt. Therefore, after deducting admini^rativs 
costs, all of this revenue should be returned to the localities on a 
per capita basis. The monies would be used by lodalities to (a) re- 
pay the state its literary loan; (b) retire bonded indebtedness; (c) re- 
tire several obli«ati(Mi bonds; (# il;t»^Mdebtedness, umptwl 4inr 
future capital outlay for schools.^^^^ — — - 

HKKXj^S (Chesapeake): Yes. By ai^amm ^ • Mtfewide 
sales tnx with distribution of a twrticMi of the revenue obtain^ to the 
tax with distribution of a portion of the revenue obtained to the 
counties and cities. Also the state should assume a greater role in 
educatifm ud hHjhvwy ctmstruction. 

KELLAM (Virginia Beach): It is my hope that the state will 
be able to absorb certain costs, such as instnictional costs of schools, 
which will relieve the locality of this exocnse. They will thw! be in 
a positi<Ht to n^ax their local uxkbtedness. 

MARSH ^C^sapeake): Yes A sharlns; of new money coming 
faito^ ^te Trrasitft iron styeral sources should be dene until 
the l^^ditks are in betto^^jpi^cial conditicMi, > 

%K]^KS friiiiin«ril)i YSB There is aemedMi^ w|<Mur «rt#^^ for frimwy 
tax !>trHcture tbainmndes a large surfdus of state reveilitis while 
lecalitiei irt itftp^ for funds. ^. 

%, M|ilp|ahMi*f die "eaiviroBBeBt tfHt mtkfs yhnAi^ ■' 

* footf rilm li wMeh to jive md work" im been sfre^ed by 

tftc IKiliils OMdoor Rccroi^fM Co^^Mon. WhM mefmna 

to ffMAcr wowe e a tourfsmi, wes^ve 
tf*$ ivmwMe our exnamlfaH VHwfaitfon witt 

etc.? 



funds to the extent necessary to alleviate any deficiencies which 
exist in our mental health program in Virginia. Particular em- 
phasis on such facilities as the Lynchburg Training School will 
b; given sojis_toinsure adequate mental health facilities for our 

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UNIQUE AUTOS 
IN EXHIBITION. 






HODGES: 1 generally favor a substantial increase in the 
appropriations but need more information as to matching federal 
funds. 

KELLAM & SPONG: yes, to both que^ons. 

MARSH: Y». I certaiiily will continue to support inci«ases 
for diese institutions. I will continue to support such approved 
programs. The recommendations to treat more patients locally 
has |MX)ved successful in Virginia Beach am! Norfolk-Chesapeake 
clinics and should be accelerated over the state where possible. 
Attracting more qualified people to become psychologists and 
psychiatrist^ will help fill a \dtal ne«l. 

5. The Spt^aA Report by «ke Coundl of Prcsideirfs ef 
Stofe-Aided Inttltirtloiis ef Hifbcr LeaiAfaif to Vta^iMB 
estiniales thai by <be 1970 bfeMivm we mut provMe $216- 
miffloii for bigber edncaiioB. Tbe Vlrg brf^ Scb eoi Soyto 
AssocnttoM csQimles net the mpwHMKs tof phmmshj^ 
mtt secomtey edwatbm wU be $448J-nm0n l»y 19m 
ym yo« support itoctoBory ki^shitoB to prefMe Ae finils 
(or al levels ol cdNcMton? 

BURLAGE: Yes. As pointed out, a 2% sales tax will produce 
$l-biHion in ID years at present tevels of economic activity. A 
study commission looking to the IOng<term needs of higher learn- 
ing in Virginia should be appoi^ed to Mtablish needs; then the 
legislators must find the money for these needs. Institutions of 
higher learning are also the key to desirable iiKlustrial p>wUi. 

HODGES: Yes, and it must be commenced immediately. 



BimLAGE: Virginia's population was 3,%6,949 in 1960: 
it will be 9 milUwi in 2000; 24 million by 2020. Lon<i-term plans 
are programs must be evolved now to tnke care of eensrations- vet 
uiiboni of the nature projected by the Virginia Outdoor Recreation 
Commission. Ways must fx found to keep tourists lonser, once he 
is here. Modem mws affecting tourists, such &s local option, would 
be helpful. More Mate parks ne^ to be reserved. ^ 

HODGES: Creatim of a Department of Tourism and taking 
a positive apprc^ch to die problem. 

KELLAM: I believe Virgmia has ntore to offer to die 
nation in ^e way of outdoor recreation and historic and scenic 
attractions tiian any other state. I believe that additional appro- 
priations should, be made to expand these facilities and to en- 
courage the t(HirisU to visit Vir^nia. 

MARSH: Yes. I have su|^i^ parks ami natural area jwe- 
serves and have been successful in having a 50,000-acre natural 
area preserve recommended for acquisititMi in the Great Dismal 
Swamp. 

SPO0>}G: Establishment of a state division of planning within 
the executive branch of our goveniment! 

3. EcoDonic Md faMhHbtol growtt to Vfrg^nto depends 
OB ptoMwd liver baria feveloptoeto. bi mtkse to aolve toe 
pioMcas of poUHitoB, and to iqect toe aeaicttaMa conffictfac 
Jfmaaiih npoa ow wator nsomctg^ what procrms would 
pm nammmi to beat serve toe pdHle tolemf? 

BURLAGE Increaw the personnel and staff of the ^te 
Water Control' B<»rd. Hiere must be more overall planning on 
water re^dfces and its conservation in Virginia. Too many com- 
munities plffii unflaterally for water and use its lack of availability 
as a politicid football. ^ 

FK>DGES: Creation of more authoritbs similar to t^ Hamp- 
ton Roads Sanitation EMstrict Commission. 

KEL1,AM: I believe the State Water Conti-ol Board is doing 
a substantially good job in he^ng to reUeve our rivers of the 
problems oi pollution, and a ste{^)^-up program in this direction 
would mean much in controlling our water re^Muces in the State 
of Virginia. 

MAR^: I have vigorously supported the Hampton Roads 
Sanitation I^stirkt Commission and local sewage districts. 

SPONG: (a) Sec answer to No. 2; (b) more rigid control by 
State Wat» Control Board; (c) encouragement through regional 
fanning groui» d area appro«:h^ to water an^ sewage problems! 

4. The iiport of tte Vfcgfaito Meatol Heal ft Stod y Com. 
Bcaies a ar to a i alnrlciMdw.'pB nw ii wiiilal herito 
n decto^ wB yoa apprwire Ae 4pbrapriaikNi of 

to SNMiid fnsds/tor toe De|^. of Mctoal Hygieae 

WtH 7M fvtoer reontoHead |irf iqpprove 

fnidb to permit toe Dq^ to to» 






KELLAM & SPONG: Yes. 

" MARSH: Yes, I towe fully Mipported advances in edocttiop 
and increased funds. 1^ platftmn calls for an advam»d {^ofram 

limb mmfm Jn* jiwhir got^es wd a 
gram for techniea] vocatioiuil trahui^. " r 

«( 13ms Vbvtala «c«l • atoto-wMa Heatra l 
te? If ao, how shofWIt |be atoMfwi ^«i«to * 
, otocr sowces of additioMi revcane ave avattablc to toe stole 

or toe localitfes? 

• 

BURLAGE See answer to question No. 1. AAopt a dynamte 
program of industrial growth and the attraction of tourists. Tte' 
latter 2 pims» are a must if we are to provide U» servites an ex- 
panding population requhes. Ways must be found to keep the 
tourists once they are here. Something in addition to the viewing 
of historical sites must be provided the tourists. \ 

HODGES: Yes, I favor a state-wide sales tax. In order to 
enact such a tax, provision is going to have to be made to assure 
the localities who haw 8(K;h a tax as much revenue as tiiey are 
now receiving. Exact distribution would depend <» what additbnal 
obligations the states assumes. 

KELLAM: If a state-wide retail sales tax is approved, the 
Btiite will certainly have to refund to the localities a large share 
of it or else take over a great share (^ the cott oi sdiools. 

MARSH: Ye^. The sales tax should be divided 50-50 betwee* 
the state and localities on the basis of their present need. ^ 

SPONG: (a) Yes, if anything is to be done about questions 1, 
4 and 5. (b) This would depend upon the percentum of slles tax 
adopted by the state, (c) If state income tax exemptions were to 
be conformed to fedwal income tax exemptions tiiis would ^rovi(fc 
$i()-15-millicKi awJditional revenue. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — More 

than 25 custom-built cars from 
all over the country will can- 
pete for over $800 in prizes and 
awards this week-end at the Auto 
World Exhibition scheduled at 
the Alan B. Shepard Civic Cen- 
ter. 

The exhibiti<m will open at 
5 p.m. Friday and continue 
through Sunday. It will be open 
to the public until 11 p.nv on 
Friday and from noon to U 
p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 

Tlw show will feature some 
of the country's most unique 
cars, many of which have ap- 
peared in astional motoring pub- 
lications, as well as several spe- 
cial exhibits and events. 

Russell Rouch, one of the 
creators of the Weird-O hot rod 
caricatures, will be on han^ to 
create these famouf figures oa 
various artickis fw toe specta- 
tcMrs. 

An educational exhibit will 
featun a cutaway of a Stingray 
showing all parts of the auto in 
operation. 

Free movies will be shown of 
Uie 1964 Indianapolis 500 in 
which Eddie Sachs and Dave 
McDonald were killed in a fiery 
crash. 

Trophies wlTBc awards for 
best-in-4ho)2(f_iitoet pof^alac car 
with the '^^^ctaton an4 <M$ier 

Juc^nI hy buil^rs of ou&tMd? 
i^ bah-m previou sh'ovw. 

Competing for top faomM* 
will be such can as the Sil- 
houette, the completely hand- 
Irailt bubble-topped movie car 
laed for a televmn pilot film; 
a $15,000 Modd T roadster (A 
1923 vinUige recogni:Kd by au- 
to ho4»b^^ as (MM of the test 
examj^M of a true hot rod; the 
lavishly equin)ed $10,000 Ul' 



i^__. 



timus, winner et toe Detr^ Au- 
torama, larj^ Aow of Ml type 
in the countr^^ and the (Ml, 
America's cou^arpart to Eru- 
land*s 007, comfrii^ si^ sato 
operational ^tures m M ddto 
machine guns, tire i^Ri fld 
others. 

Of particular intoMt to teal 
auto faiu wUI be tiw prei^^e 
showing of a custom-built mr 
made in NcMrfolk. 

The show will be diiedei by 
Ron Ekhoim erf Detn^ . 




MJRLAGE: Hie answer is that the pr^Iem of adequate 
nuntol toMi faciliti^ must be solved Oa the state level. I will 
ipptove ^ allocation (rf suffkient state fumls to matoh federal 



f . The Ld^ae of Women Votcn of Vfafbria b 
ariy interested to yov podtoNi on toe iolto>Mi« two ian 
(a) wilyos endorse repeal of lhe.poM tox«a a picfe|aMte for 
votiag to state tmi total efectoMs to Vfa|tato; (b) wU |poo 
oppose the FnchoUer Amendmcto if it coaics bdbtc the 
GMeni iMaemUy during your tet« of office? 

All fiw candidates answered "yw" to ^both questions. 

8.' ik elected, what spedfic iegUMIve prolan wHTyoa 
propose? 

BURLAGE: (a) establishment of a Council for the Protection 
of Consumers; (b) Constitutional amendment for the repeal of Uie 
poll tax; (c) e^ablishmcnt of a ccwnmission to study the Aort- and 
long-term needs of higher learning in Virghiiai,(d) establishment of 

a State and City Civil Service Commission. 

j> 

HODGES^ Expansion of mental health facilities, iHirticulariy 
fw retar<fed children; adoption of "Godwm ?lfo" for improved 
education ($5,000 minimum teacher salary, etc.); retcntto^ of 
100% of Federal Impact Funds for wlucation; improved hi^ways. 

KELLAM: I will work for (a) greater cooperation among 
communities; (b) quality educatkm; (c) increased tourism; (d) in- 
dustrial development; (e) aid to farmers; (f) manaaement and 
labor; (g) reapportionment; (h) highways and bridges; (i) no further 
increase in Real Estate Tax. 

MARSH: I pl«ige my sui^rt for a school i^c^ram to fulfill 
the .iee(fe of Virginia's young people through their primary and 
secondary school years; and to work for higher education facilities. 
I intend to continue to work for the Reservation of a porti(Hi 
of the Great Dismal Swamp for a park, for the Mtablishment of a 
battlefield {«rk and expan(^ recreation facilities in our cities 
to accomodate the citizens of our arei :uid attract tourists. 

^>ONG: None (X)ntenqdated at tha time, but as a nwmb« 
of two VALC study groups, will nrofeably be asked to sponsor 
some of their bills, should I be re-elected. Note: ncoti wUl c<»i- 
finn past stands on mo«t questions «>nsistent with answers Iwrein. 



LYNNjUm BILL ' 
HEARS COMPLEnON 

WASHINGTON — The 
$970,000 needed to car^ out 
the Lynnhaven Inlet and bay 
improvemem project is included 
in the House Public Works Ap- 
propriations bill reported from 
committee ThurMlay. 

Ccmgress is said to virtually 
assure its a^roval for the funds. 
The Lynnhaven project inehid» 
improvements to tiie chandtel 
dirough tile inlet and thme wtt- 
efWays connecting Lymriiav^ 
and Broad Bay. It abo invoMri^ 
the dre<^ing of a mooring and 
turning l»sin in Lynnhaven Bay, 
The project is scheduled for 
completion in May 1966. 

A $75,000 reimbursement to 
Virginia Beach fat Os beaph 
nourishment program, was in- 
cluded in the bill and $20,000. 
for a beach erosion study. 



FALLS CHURCB 
BAND WINNER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — FaUs 
Church High School band took 
top honors at the fourth annual 
Vu-ginia Beach Musk Festival 
which ended Thursday night. 

The winning band, directed 
by James Lunsford, like tiie 
otiier top winners, was partici- 

fiating in the festival for the 
irst time. 

Waynesboro High School 
band took second place and 
third was the West Deptford 
band of Westville, N.J. Top 
miu-hing baiKl, alt«' a para^ 
down Atlantic Avenue, was 
judged and the winner was the 
PaAersburg, W.Ve. High School 
band. 



Jets Hoar At 
Govemr's P^ 

VLKQWm, BEACH — Gcif. 
Albertk ntfris(», in ha CmR^ 
sMllast dovamr's V*v/,mtM 
and praised Vm Virginia NationU 
Gu^ ^nday in oeamaaii^ at 
the state nflitary resemtion at 
Camp PeKiteton. 

The brief ceremony nfkcvi 
tiw custtmiary review of^jS^P^t 
and was held before several 
hundred invited quests <Mi a 
hard-surface area. 

Recent heavy r^M CfjfiMl t^ 
review to be cancelled Ind \m 
the parade f|;ld soggy. However, 
the sun ^pthed dott' and ra 
^tedwtfMi thmiHBeuarnlui. 
sicnss. 

Natkmw u^a. 
'^(riid away i 
^vemor Harrison. Eight jett 
from the Air Naticual Guard in 
Rjdmond flew Uw over tbe 
ffeld twke. Th^ tmpM^ over- 
head swidenly, givuif w> csowtf 
Ut^ wanliAg of their pkvcii^ 
ttitti^^. A few nuril cU^mi 
crted in fri^ 

t^ $wmm, bis «Ma tev 

n^ »ld & cnMM $mm^M 
<^l^p(»ite the Mhftmt, 
ym, I set mU$^ Ibto 
evwt en my Mleocwf> aa^V ; 
^bs. 1 want t9 ^ak the f^ 
^mui C^ard fw ito ^oumi$,>ad 
itfmdiMe wn&nm» to n^ted 
to my (»Us ^K^ rve hem fgav- 
emor." 

He loU a troojp fmra^ni 
that the NatioQid Guard eaa 
♦•m«a eniaiew:»s, wteth^lh^ 
be miliary, civUian or eere- 
monial." 

NMrly 1,700 guanumoit ni- 
clttdiog men m ei^neerin| bat- 
taUcH^ bom Wntem Vir|hin 
witt ^Jtwo w^ks of Utiiniai at 
]p«Mfl«E^ this weekend. 
i The engineers iue ioipiwinf 
chainage, roMb, and ciraltag 
woodlands at die itate military 
reservation as |Mrt of a trainiag 

'They are also shoring t/p 
stoim ju'tHectimi ftH* the wyip's 
firing range oh^e ocauifnAit 
and improving the amphibiwis 
lai^g area. 

DAVE CLARK 5 BOK 

THALIA — The Dave Oarl 
Five, one of Uiis country's mos 
popular Effglish recording 
groups, will appear in an Oltt- 
dpor coiKcrt toni^t at Princes 
Anne High School's Cox Sla<! 
ium at 8:30. 

their appearance will go on 




schedule, a WGH official <w4» 
regardless of the weather. ahMa 
this wUl be their only s<Of> in 
Virginia in a cnss-countiry tour, 
tonight's concert is expected to 
draw fans frwi all over^ 
state. Hwev», a few ^$^ 
were still availsfele late. Wed«•^ 
day at tiie Alan B. St^|»xd ' 
Center. 

The t)ave Oark Fiya 
their first impact <n 
te«i-i«en w^ their 
<rf "(Had All Over'' 
and Tte^" 




1 



JCAWrt SUH Thursday, Jun© 24, 1965 



WEDDINGS 




PEMBROKE MANOR GC GALLERY ART 

ON DISPUY 



MRS. JAM^ BBOWN McCAW IH 



C^NNELL— McCAW 

mffilMA BEACH — Miss 
Hnsy l«c Connell became the 
br^ ef James Brown McCvw 
III hm 19 at 4:30 pm. in tlw 
Eas^vf Sbmt Chapel. The Rev. 
&da^ ^ii^ers performed the 

TttTMie k the dn^ter (rf 
Mr. tod Mrs. %UliaB Weed 
Owoefl^ Jr., df 1 IS ^fhty-si;Ah 
^t0t, mi ^ Mi^tKMi ia 
tm wm 9$ Mrs. James. Bnnra 
M^ir, Jr., «if 101 Siity-fourth 
toe^ md flie fai& Mr. M^^v. 

titven in mairiage by her 
Mm^ ^ biM^ , wtH« an heir- 
Uxm ffwn of iw(vy ntia and 
to vol was a 'Venetian Point 
Vt^ mmS^ As iSK^ a «»«- 
fn ^ foi^ aad ii^hattjUs. 

Mi» Mary %exM ^^liiteiead 
^ |ta|bNi «n te oiiiA of hm- 
of J tttii wt bride*! ^^^tondaiMs 
^Mc Mn. Beofamta Altea Con- 
nA of IMiKn, Tex^, ^ter-in- 
1*» ^Jim MS^l Mnu Ixm 
dte ^^ ^ Vti^te Beach. 



sister of the brii^room; ^Mrs. 
Itevid FranJclin Harris of North 
Kingston, Rbo<k Island; Miss 
Su«n Tucker Hawks oi Ports- 
mootii, Miss Nancy Gay Kaew- 
step of Hampton, and Miss Clar- 
imk West Hath<Mii of BotUM, 
Massachusetts. 

Best man was Edward Rouzie 
teird, Jr., of Norfolk, and the 
ashen were CSiarles Edward 
Jeidcins of Ncxfolk, Benjamin 
AUoi Connell of IMIas, tooMMr 
(rf the brkte; Leon Olenn Smith 
of Virginia Beach, brother-in-law 
of the bridegroom; Robert Mc- 
Lan^^ Smith of Vi^iiria 
BeM:h,' Veraoa Norris of Rfch- 
mond, Ck(»rge Andrew Baker of 
Norfolk, aiw Ll Tlxmias Milton 
Anasmith HI ot Virginia Be«;h. 

FoUowing die c^emony, Ae 
r^eptoi was held at tte Amer- 
iana Motor Inn, 

After a wedd^ trip to the 
TkSes Inn at Irvw^on, Virginia, 
the young couffle %ill make their 
hasM in Vtr^a BeKh. 




PEMBRCHCE MANOR — 

New off^:en for toe Pembroke 
Manor dftrdcn Club were In- 
stalled at <Aie annual spring ban- 
quet held re^^yly at the Pine 
Tree Inn. |^all«l were Mjrs. 
W. I£ Q^, pre^deat; Mrs. C 
W. «m| tint ^H^ president 
Mrs. H. M. Winf ield, i^o&d Vict 
f neskient; Mrs. E- B. ChMnpoux 
r^ordi^ secretary; Mrs. L. H. 
Jones, (X>rre^>on(Uiig secr^ary: 
Mrs. F. Weisenbei^, U<»kurer: 
and Mrs: C.'R. Myers, historian. 
Swee^take award winaers 
were Mn. Meads tad Mn. Olw) 
in the artistic arrangement class 
and Mrs. Winfield for horticul' 
tural exhibits. 

Two sp^al awards have b<^ 
won by t^ Clirt). A $10 cash 
award in the HAhUDS program, 
sponsored by Sears RoebtKk A 
Company, to member clubs of 
the Federation of Gardeq Cli^ 
of Norfolk and Vicinity, Inc., 
was for area dvic beautific^OB 
and PembnAe Manor Gardes 
Club sponsiWMl a "Gr^n Thufnb 
Contert" which was open to all 
residents of Pembroke Manor 
during the summer of 1964. And 
tl» club's yearbook won hon- 
orabte mention (third) at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Council of Garden 
Oubs annual yearbook contest. 

Mrs. A. T. Hildebrand. the 
retiring president, was presented 
with a gift from the club mem- 
bers fdr a jo4> well done in the 
club's first year of existemx. 

To slimaJt the evening, a 
mock ^den club meeting per- 
formed in the form of a puppet 
show was presented by Mrs. 
Meads and Mrs. Weisenbeis. 
Each member was given her 
mock puppet as a keepsake. 



DAR COFFEE HELD 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Mrs. 
Owen J. Moore, Jr., past Re- 
gent of the Princess Anne Coun- 
try chapter of Daughters of the 
American Revolution, enter- 
tained at a coffee in her home"^ 
hoiunii:^ Mrs. Leonard Hite- 
i^ew. jHUt recording/ secretar^,^ 
who is nKiving to Fwrida. Also 
fetni were toe <^ 
men wl» served 
gime from l%2-65 

FoUowing the coff^,* a board 
meetii^ wito Nfrs. J. Fletcher 
Bryant, R^ent, presiding, was 
heki. 



VIRGINIA BEA€» — A 

fifell schedule of original art 
!^rk by an Old Oom^icHi Col- 
if^ studt^ and Mm««r (la^- 
;s for chw^ have rec«|tly 
ma|te toe W^mg <teUery me 
whir^ huh» around whicA local 
painting and sculpture rewtves. 

An exhibit of ppMiics, ^tets 
imd drawings h^vp b^ on ^- 
{^y siipce $ia(tay aQ4 wUl am- 
tiaue until July 10, of work by 
Francis Lee Brad^. Gallery 4ours 
are 10 a.m. to S p.m. 

President of toe Art Guild at 
Op, Brady has studied wito 
aottd teachers there and on the 
West DmuI at Soutowestem lu- 
oior Colkge aiKl at the Art Cen- 
ter at La Jolla. He has attended 
seminars directed by Richard 
Di^nkom. 




and chair- 
her re- 



PARENTS NIGHT 

BAYSIDE — Thursday night, 
will be "Parents Night" at the 
Bayside Baptist Church Vaca- 
tkw Bible School from 7- until 
8 p.m. 

The school whkh has been to 
sesskm for two weeks will con- 
clude wito a picnic on toe 
church grounds, Friday momins 
fropa 11:00 until notw. The par- 
ents (rf the children are also in- 
vited to the pknic. 

ITje church has been very well 
pteased wito toe enrollment 
which numbered 422^ The prin- 
cipal for toe first v^k was Mrs. 
Kay Sok^on and Principal for 
the second week Mrs. Vivian 
Stantey. 



The cirildren's art classes wiU 
be resumed at toe Studio Gall^ 
begiiuing Tuesday, July 6 ud 
will toereafter meet on Mon- 
days. August classes will begin 
Monday, August 2. 

The classM will be limited in 
number and will be available for 
children aged four thrmigh 14. 
Qasses will be divided according 
to age. 

Gallery owner, Mrs. Ruto 
Laakso, and Mrs. Roy S. Rey- 
nolds will be working with the 
childKn. Emphasis is placed on 
helpi^ each child feel coftficbnt 
in cxprMsing he own ickas and 
feelii^ in his own way about a 
particubr idea or subject. 

Printing, toree-dimensional ac- 
tivities (clay, paper-maohe, wire 
sculpture) and simple print- 
making will be among the medi^ 
presented. 

A few titles of paintings by 
Brady on display in his exhibit 
include Horse Blanket, Byzan- 
tine Norfolk and Organic Forms 
In A Void. There are also some 
small colorful head studies, done 
in acrylic and sensitive ink 
studies. 




YOUR HAIR! 

fifing • picture, tell us wfcat yoo'4 Ilk* io s«i in »» 
wirrw. If your hair texture »nd coni^oB w« ^tt. Wifu 
M you b«w to make those dream ceme tme! 

•M LASKtN ROAD, VIR6INU »I^L«f*"^ ** «••» 
^ OUR NORFOUC UXJm^ 

7M0 Gtmby St., W«r^ Cwmm* — , Wk. IK-ltlt 



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34fth A ATLANTIC AVENUE 

MENS HAIRCUT $l.SO — LADIES HAIRCUT %\M 

CHILDREN UNDER If ll.M 

Spe^islisliiC in Rmoit^hU Homtt; 10 A.M. t« 10 fM. 



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onsCi 



MRS. ROBERT LEWIS STEIN 



AUDITIONS SET 

BAYSIDE — Twenty-three 
students of piano from the class 
of Mrs. Hazel Wedel Rohde of 
Lakev4ew Park will enter the 
National Piano Maying Autfitim 
on June 26. 

These auditions are held each 
year at, toe I.O.O.F. Club on 
Freemason and Boush Sts., Nor- 
folk. 

Mr. Hubert Kaszynski of 
Beaumont, Texas, will be toe 
examining judge. Pupils will each 
play a program of prepared and 
memorized pieces. 

The following students will be 
participating: Linda McEtonald, 
Patricia Jacobson, Judy Tate, 
Martha Ann Brake, Shelia Mc- 
Waters, Katoy Schmitt, Debora 
Schmitt, I^gy Watkins, Katoer- 
ine Ives, Thomas and Kathl^n 
Murray, Beverley Barnes, Kay 
Dinsmore, William Armstrong, 
Cynthia Hudgins, David Mat- 
toews, Marcy and Caroline Gra- 
num, Lisa Kleiman, Charlotte 
Pruden, Janis Thompson, Sheryl 
Lynn Artese and Jean Kupetz. 



^a&, GWYN FAmUEU. McNEELY 

(Boice Photo) 



NICHOLS -^ McNEELY 

OiAPBL HILL, Nr. — Tha 

maafagr of Miss Shanm Madry 

NidnoU apd Gwyn Farrell N4c- 

took place Saturday at 2 

n Chapel jjf toe Cco^s Epiis- 

rhurch. The kev. Thomas 

cr performed toe cer- 

,de » toe daughter <rf 

Irs. Cecil Odell Nich- 

T Mgioa Beach. Tte bride- 

t b ue son of Mr. and Mi^. 

*Eoimette McNeely of 

ry, Korto Carolina. 

twide was given m mw- 

'icf father. Miss Ajme 

Vichols was her sis- 

loitor. Bridesmaids 

■ytpt Carol Fox of 

h ' and Mrs. Paul 

iDci rea, 

.iijibu MdMeely, 
Tto?«. was flower 

tiiyilS of 

^ man. 

rMc- 

" of 



Booae, N.C. and ftuce Phillips 
of Oiapel HiU. 

*A reception was held in the 
Pine Room of toe CafoUna Inn. 
After a nortoem wnldiiu trip 
the couple will live In Qiapel 
Hill where Mr. M^Neely is at- 
tending toe School of Ktediciiie, 
University of North Carolina. 



BOW GREEK C.C. 
SETS INSTALUTION 

VIRGINIA BEACH — In- 
stallation of officers for the iBow 
Ct&k Golf and Country Oub 
wiU he held ^fbirday ni|^t, 
»>ckt9ils at 7, buffet dinner at 
8 attl iostallatiol at 8:^0 p.m. 

CMsffiuig is slated from 9 p.m 




MISS JANE PEAKP KHUCPATWCK 
KIRKPATtUCK — WALL { daughter of toe late Mr 



KING'S GRy\NT — Captain 
Raleigh Crittendpn KIrkpatrick, 
USN, (Ret.), and Mrs. Kirk- 
patrigk annojunce toe engage- 
ment of toeir daughter, Jane 



to 1 a.m. by Ray Herreia ahti^ J*cake to J<*n Dougtos Wall 
his orchestra. Bl»:k ^ dress is Mr. Wall fe the sop of Mrs. 
aAed fcM- toe installatkxi cere- Wilkes Hammock Wall, Sr., of 
it|oay. R^ervatiMi <^ be ma<te Cookeville, Tennessee, and the 



by calHi^ 34O-40JM). All mem- 
ters lad tkm fH^ aie iimt^ 



late Mr. Wall. 
1)» brkteHeie(^ Is toe ^and- 



and 
Mre. John James Peake of 
Hamptop. She is a graduate of 
Punahou School, Honolulu, Ha- 
wwi, and attended Douglass Col- 
lege of Rutgers University. 

Mr. Wall was ^aduated from 
Tcni»ssee Polytechnic Institute 
and is wito the Atomic Energy 
CommiKfon in Washington, D.C. 

An. August wcKidi!^ is 
plaandd. 



KIELEY — STEIN 

VIRGHMIA BEACH — The 
marria^ of Miss Reva Gregory 
Keeley and Ro||^ Lewis Steip 
took place Satiiday at 8 p.A. 
in toe Golden Triangle Hotel 
The ceremony was performed by 
toe Rabbi Harold Hahn. 

TIk bride is toe daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barry 
Keeley of Virginia Beach, ^e 
is toe granddaughter of toe late 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Keeley 
of Rcmnoke and the late Mr. 
and Mra. Roger Gregory of 
Richmond and King William. 



^"THE SMITH Ct. 

BAYS1D&-The Uke Smito 
Garden Club concluded toeir 
club year Monday night, with a 
social at toe home of Mrs. W. L. 
Jonns. 

The first meeting of toe fall 
season will be Septen^r 6 wito 
a "covered dish sumjer" at the 
hcMne of Mrs. R. M. Wilber on 
FazT^i;ton Drive. Mrs. G. L. 
Nonnan is president cA toe club. 

eN HONOR LIST 

MACON, Ga. — Miss Linda 
Carter, who recently completed 
the senior year at Wesleyan Col- 
lege, Macon, Georgia, has been 
pteced on the winter* semester 
honors list due to her iiigh aca- 
demic standing at the coHege. 

She is toe daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. L. W. Carter of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 



Th« bridegroom is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Alar 
Stein of Norfolk. He is toe 
grandscMi of Mr. and Mrs. David 
S. Hirschler and toe late Mr. 
and Mrs. John C. Stein, boto of 
Norfolk. 

The bride was given .in mar- 
riage by her fatoer. Miss Arlene 
Davis Cundiff of Gretna was 
maid of honor, and Mrs. David 
Leonard Shepardson of Rich- 
mond was matron of honor. 
Bridesmaids were Mrs. James 
M. Powell and Mrs. Alan David 
Stein of Virginia Beach; Miss 
June Hirschler of Norfolk; Misf 
Sherrie Harris and Mrs. Gordon 
Marshall Shoemaker of Rich- 
mond. 

Mr. Alan David Stein of Vir- 
ginia Beach was his brotoer's 
best man. Croomsmen were Ed- 
ward Mark Siegel of New York; 
William Alan Hearst, Alan Lew- 
is Nordlinger, Lewis David 
Hirschler, Lewis David Hirsch- 
ler^ Jr., and William Harry Hof- 
heimer, all of Norfolk. 

A reception was held in toe 
Golden Trian^e Hotel. After a 
wedding trip- to the Bahamas, 
toe couple will live at 947 Arm- 
field Circle, Apartment 201, 
Norfolk. 



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VIROWIA BEACH — The 
Virfinia ^tch General Hwpi- 
tal was fcrmally ctedkatcd Sun- 
day by Gov. Albwtis S. Harri- 
son, who jolnwi officials and 
supporters in praisbig the com- 
munity effort that saw the mod- 
em $2.6 million hoipital through 
to complet^, 

"Literal^ «houiands of peo- 
ple, wh« they oBme iicrc as 
visitors or |Httients, will know 
this is their hcwpital. A sense of 
dedication generates other civte 
improvements.*' Qov. Harriion 
tol da large crowd of about 500. 

"Each time we meet com- 
munity iKeds, we strengthen our 
moral fiber. The essence of our 
strength in this nation is that no 
rtjstacle can stand in the way 
erf free men." 

Hospital officials plan to ocr 
cupy the two-story. 105-bed fa- 
cility on J^y 15. The original 
opening date was July 1 but 
equipment is still arriving. It 
was desipied and built to allow 
eventual expansion to 350 beds 
in four leases, but has a site 
large enough for a 45()-bed 
building. 

Dr. W. T. Sanger, consultant 
and former pr^ident of the Mcd-^ 
leal College of Virginia, com- 
mented on the design and con- 
struction of the ho!^)ital. 

"This il a wry unusual hos- 
pital," he said, "in that it was 
designed to be enlarpd. Here 
you will have al Ithe fundamen- 
tal medical services except psy- 
chiatry ,and that, too, can be 
added. It is a unique and distinc- 
tive facility." 

George D. Brooke, chairman 
of the Board of the General 
Hospital of Virginia Beach, 
spoke in appreciation of the hos- 
pital site, which was a gift from 
Mrs. Levi D. Old in memory 
M her late husband, Dr. William 



Levi OM. 

The Gwwnior, «^iose term 
expires in January, was intro- 
duced by Sidney S. Kellam, sec- 
ond vice-fwesidem of tl» board 
of directors of the General Hos- 
pital. 

The Rev. Edmund Berkeley 
of the Galilee Episcopal Qiurch 
delivered the invocation. The 
benediction was given by the 
Rev. Cecil Clifton, president of 
the Ministerial Association. 

AlK)ut 30 distinguished guests 
werp introduced by Hunter C. 
JPhelan, hospital president. 

After the dedication, open 
house was held until 7 p.m. and 
on Sunday from 3 to 7 p.m. A 
band from the U.S. Naval School 
of Music at Little Creek pro- 
vided music before the d^ica- 
tion ceremony. 

An estimated 35QO persons 
■toured the new structure. v 

Invited guests on the speak- 
er's platform were: George D. 
Brooke; Hunter C. Phelan, 



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of 




Fletcher Garlock, Willard Ash- 
bum, Sidney Kellam. 

Gordon Stephenson, R. B. 
Taylor, aaiborne Bryant, W. 
Earl Willis, Karl Wunder. 

Bill Cox, Mrs. Ann Walklev. 
Miss Sue Brooke. Mrs. Levi Old, 
Dr. Levi Old. Judge Richard 
Kellam, Judge' Robert Wahab, 
Gov. Albertis Harrison, Dr. W. 
T. Sanger, W. S. Beale. Frank 
Dusch, feussell Hatchett, Hon- 
orable Tom Downing. 

Honorable William P, Kellam, 
Senator Adams, Admiral Tay- 
lor, Robert D. Ham, Dr. Shan- 
holtz and J. A. Jones. 



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^RUSSELL 



VIRGINIA BEACfi ^Islr. 

and Mrs. Thomas W. Russell of 
[205 20th Street, have announced 
the eAgagoment of their daughter, 
Miss Marcella J. Russell, to 
George M. Logan. 

Mr. Logan is the son <rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Michael J. G. Logan 
of 1146 I3rd Street, Brooklyn, 
New York. 

Miss Russell recently gradu- 
ated from Virginia Beach High 
^ScAool. Mr. Logan is employed 
1^ the Virginia Beach Gas Com- 
pany. 

A Nuptial Mass is planned at 
Star of the Sea Catholic Church 
on October 16 at 11 a.m. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Two 
Virginia Beach uirls will snil 
from New Vork City Friday for 
a two-month study and travel 
t«ir in Switzerland and other 
European countries. 

Miss Betty Anne Kellam and 
Miss Christine Reynolds will 
speiid the first month studying at 
the University of Neuchatel in 
Neuchatel, Switzerland, and the 
second month touring through- 
out Europe. 

Miss Kellam, the dauahter fli 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidnev S. Kellam, 
recently craduated from Mount 
Vernon Junior College and will 
entej Georgia University in 
Athens, Ga., this fall. 

Miss Reynolds, the dauphter 
of Dr. and Mrs. Georce Rey- 
nolds, Is a student at Radford 
CoJlege. ^ . 

Iiftg. Kellam and Mrs. Rcv- 
iy>Ws a cco mpa nied their daudr 




tmd Jamct Hofheiai«r. 



ters Jo New York Wednesday 
for a visit to the World's Fair 
before the girls leaw f<y S wife 



erl^nd Friday. 



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CITY'S PEDESTRIAN/ 
SAFETY CITED -T 

VIRGINIA BEACff — Tlie 

Tidewater Automobile Associa- 
tion has announced ftat Vlrsinfa 
Beach, has won an award for it? 
accident record in Pedestrian 
Safetv. 

This was based on a comnar- 
ison of fjftv-two citips. Thev 



Saturday night I started out 
witji ^^««h- wondorfii! intentions 
but again the rain came and 
completely dnnvneJ all inten- 
tions of taking- in more than one 
club. My firsrctub and the only 
one I got to was the 'Caixj 
Colony. J* -i .'., . ■ 

On entering th^ ball rooni the 
very first person I saw was Tfed 
Carr and his most attractive 
young lady friend. Miss Joa<Mc 
HamiL. Joanne is from England 
and of c«ur«c ba^ English ac^ 
ceiiriidds'quite a 



to her per- 
sonality. 

Others seen at the Club were: 
Mr. and Mrs. Gcor^ Gregory; 
Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Sl«»- 
Wcd, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Hed- 
speth an(i Mr. iz^ Mrs. Cla^e 
li. Garrett, Jr. • ^^*"^-°^:" "-/--^^ 
, % was soAlad this week that 
"Party Line was able to n.^ct i 
people whom we have not been 
seeing at all through the winter 
months. Those se^n were: Mr. 
and Mrs., John F. Kull, Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Holbrook, Mr. 
and Mrs. James II«!l"hfimi*r, Mrs. 
Victor Wertheimer, Mr.^ and 




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BAPTIST MEETING 



were tied with nine other cities! Mrs. Taiewell Hubsrd, Mr. andj i.„^,i^n!?L; ^^^1 ^"n ^•'J' 
• , J!- .^ir^_. _ »,-__!^-- ., . .»/ r» f (««_ J I Jfimcs ue roo, of the Bayside 

Mrs. J. W. Dunn, .fr., \Mr. and| R„_f:^, nu..^^u „., i \a ^ j 
,. _,. n • J » mt tJapti^t Church and Mr, and 

Mrs. Thomas Pomdexten Mr. ^ ' " *" 



including Arlin"ton. Virein'a 

Captain R. B. Kin". Safetv 
Officer of the Virginia State Po- i and Mrs. H. M. Meaw, Dr. and 
lic2. served as a national iud'e. I Mrs. Ben Ward, Mfw Catheriw? 

E. W. Timmnns. Snfetv Di- Bates, Dr. and Mrs. R. C. 
rector of the Tidewater Auto- 1 Baisch, Mrss Janet Collins, Mrs. 
mobile Ass(Kiation, pave credit | Paul Atkinson, Mr. §nd Mrs. 
to Reeves Johnson. Director of Paul K. Bhrkwell, and Mr. and 




In 1892 Hie U.S.S., Texas, the first of the ships 
of the modern Navy, was launched at Norfolk Naval 
Shipyard. 

... Then H. D. Oliver had served Norfolk for 27 years. 

The mighty ship changed the future of the Navy and 
Tidewater was proud to havef^had a jmrt of her 
creation. In these days a g:reat tradition was being 
born at H. D. Oliver ... the tradition of' previding; 
only the most respected funeral and burial services 
for the community. Today the name H. D. Oliver is 
highly regarded. An experienced . staff, modern 
facilities, including a new home at Virginia B^ch 
and a desire to serve, enable then to provide for 
your every need. Call on H. D. Oliver for the very 
finfcst. 



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Ftr icy, coiidltioned, clean air 
When lit told bis pesitioo 
Wi said "air condition" 
Wi'll leod yoii tin loot for yovr air! 



Public Safety, Virginia Beach 
Police Division, and Sut)erinten- 
dent of Schools, Frank W. Cox, 
as well as the psoole of Vireinia 
Beach, for making this award 
possible. Timmons noted that 
pedestrian deaths drooned from 
eight fatalities in 1963 to two 
tin 1964 in the City. 



IN STATE BAND 

PRINCESS ANNfi — Wil- 
liam L. Hudkins, a student at 
Kellam High School, is one of 
about 45_ Future Farmers of 
America members in the stats 
selected to play in the State 
FFA Band. 

The band provided special 
entertainment during' the 39th 
Annual Convention of the State 
Association which was , held 
Monday through Wednesday in 
Blacksburg. 



Mrs. Jack Weeks. 

No telling where I ^night be 
next week. Maybe Til see you 
there. 



NAMED TO COUNCIL 

PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Joseph 
K. Fry, of 1169 Little Neck 
Road. Virginia Beach, Virginia, 
has been appointed to, the Ad- 
mission Council of damegie 
Tech, Pittsburgh. He will serve 



Mrs. A. D. Ypung^jQf the church 
will leave Thursday to attend the 
Baptist World Alliance which 
will he in session at Miami, Flor- 
ida. June 25-30. They will travel 
with a group from the Norfolk 
Baptist Association. 

Duripf the pastor'' ;nce, 
^Chaplain Haywood knijht of 
Fort Story will preach on Sun- 
day June 27 at both the 8:30 
and 1 1 -.00 a.m. Worship services. 
Chaplain Sherman Richards will 
preach at die 8:00 p.m. service. 



HYMN FESTIVAL 



BAYSIDE — The two Youth 

... , w • • Choirs from the Bayside Christ- 

as alumni advisor at the Virginia j^n church presented a "Hymn 



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Beach. Mr. Fry wai appointed 
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Guyford Stever for a term of 
three years. 

Mr. Fry will" be available for 
consultation with area secondary 
students interested in obtaining 
information odnceminsi Ciirnegie 
Tech admission requirements and 
educational opportunities. - 'I ' '. 

Council prograrti is designed to j KEMPSVILLE LIONS 

establish close and effectual re- 
lations with secondary school 
counselors and their students, 
gen 1-24 bch teachers at music 



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When newcomers move to 
town, our Hostess greets them, 
and extends a welcome, with 
the personal messages of our 
friendly, civic-riiinded spon- 
sors. 

NEWCOMERS GREETING 

Mrs. Margaret Lowman 
Hostess 



Festival" Monday night, June 21 
under the direction of Mrs. Mai'-, 
garet Troulajnd, musicT director 
of the church. 

The church's Vacation Bible 
School is in session this week 
and will conclude Friday night 
with a program to which the par- 
jents of the children are invited 
at 7:30 p.m. 



ELECT OFFICERS 




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KEMPSVILLE — The 

Kempsville Lions Club elected 
Dave Morris their president for 
1965-66 recently. 

Other officers are: Harry 
Fruit, first vice-oresident; Shel- 
ton Belan?ia, second vice-presi- 
dent; Thurman Hewitt, third 
vice-president; M. H. Gallatin, 
secretarv; L I o v d Stitzman, 
treasurer: Ben Ward and Ar- 
nold Gates, one-year directors: 
Gerald Williams and Rvland 
Yancev. two-vear directors: E. 
G. Turman, lion tamer; Holland 
Compton. 

Howard Ormsbv is the im- 
mediate past president. 

These officers will be installed 
tonight at 7 at the Qjmmodore 
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NEW PLAYHO 
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WHXIAMSBURjO 

ginia's only resittent 
theater featuring stars ofl 
way,- television and HoUj 
the new Peninsula 
will bring a new element 
tertainment to this colonial 
ital July 1. 

Paul Richards, noted 
and TV personality, vwUl ^ 
ihen in "A Thousand aowat" 
He recently starred in tfie series, 
"The Breaking Point." ' 

Other stars tentatively slated 
to appear in other Peninsula 
Playhouse productions are ^mo^ 
pcne Coca, Lewi Ames a^ 
Dennis O'Keefe. 

Ross Chappie is in charge of 
theater management and produc- 
tion of the olays He hooes to 
establish similar theaters in Vfr- 
einia and elsewhere in the Sooft 
dependine upon the moeess ^ 
the Playhouse in Williamsburg. 
Peninsula Playhouse will be, te- 
en ted at 1440 Richmond Road. 
The building is presently osxm- 
oied by the House of Bight 
Winds. 



HARVARD CUD 

VIRGINIA BE A Off — 
Thomas D. Supak of 415 5^ 
St. recently gradimted frcMi 1^. 
yard Univeriity with a mM^ rf 
arts degree. 



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Juit it the depths of the Great Depres- 
tlcHi MIy struck Virginia, a your^ and 
#iergetk principal of a sdiod took over 
as $up«-lntendent of schools. He had bewi 
here for f^r years at that time, as prln- 



He says without that eot^wra^Kt ami sup- 
port, everything that has iMNHi don« could 
fNot have been a<xomplished. We #(Hjld 
like to amplify those remarks. 
We feel that without Frank W. Cbx 



dpal of Oceana School, whidi was then a at the helm, the chdienges could not 
tmall school with all grades. Governor have been met, particularly the challenges 
Pollard had just announced a reduction in provided by extreme growing pains. As 
Khool funds; there were ninety teachers we look at the remarkable school plants of 
In #ie entire area and a small administra- today and talk to the outstanding instruc- 
tive staff; there were only a few bus drivers tional personnel, we are thankful that we 
•ml a few janitors; and there were only have had AAr. Cox at Virginia Beach for 
abt^t 3500 pupils in the schools. Many of these thirty-two year^ Under his guidance, 



the i^iKx>ts were small one-room inade- 
qua^ buildings. That was the situaticm 
thlrty4wo years ago when Frank W. Cox 
be^M luperlntendent of public schools. 
times have changed. In the massive 
city of Virginia Be^, there will be 34 



the school system has grown and pros- 
p^ed, and has become one of the finest 
in the state. 

We had the privilege of working irt this 
school system ten years ago, just at the 
time that the mushrooming population was 




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fwx^m, •fffclent school plants c^aen rtiis presenting new challenges. There were 

fall. With several more In construction only three high shods then. Now those 

antf pi^rur^ stages. There will be more challenges have been met, and AAr. Cox Is 

than #»irty.jlx thousand pupils. And there still looking far into the future to solve 

will be ab^t fourt^n hundred members the next problems. It is a tough job to be 

of the instructional staff, to say nothing always looking into the future to meet 

of ^ ftxjr hyndred other schoc^ em- those needs, wl^ile trying to meet present 

pk^MS. On lt» last day of this month, the needs at the same time. But Frank W. Cox 

$a^ frank W. Cox celeb-ates his 32nd has dohfe it for thirty-two years, 
anrllvwswy as supw-intendent. His tenure It is our purpose here to pay tribute to 

N» tawi marked by rapid growth, lade of a man who haS done so much for Virginia 

furwh, great achievements and even some BeacJi, and to thank him for beir\g our 

disap|x>intnrien^. feut through it all, he supirlntendent of schools. As we told him 

has wwwgd to ren«ln the affable man, recently, we hope he'll continue on his 

r^NcHM by ^ who know him. jda for at least arK>ther thirty-years, before 

Weask^iMr^OjxforadlpsuleawTimenf he considers retiring. After all, he is still 

on Ws thirty-Wvo years. He would only a young man. He must be to do everything 

say that his jcA has been challenging he does. We have never met anyone who 

mmi minute, but that it has been grati- Is able to gain the respect of everyone as 



fyingand satisfying to niiMt the needs of 
Virginia's fastest growing political sub- 
<fcvUto^He added that he Is appreciative 
erf tlw su^^ort he has received over the 
^trs, not c»ily by the government bodies 
flrf the dty^ Iwt also by the fine citizens. 



easily as Frank Cox. His gentle manner has 
won for him the admiration of thousands. 
And we join with the citizens of Virginia 
Beach in offering pur sincerest congratula- 
tions on thip, his 32nd anniversary as 
superintendent of schools. 



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Another Plea Fer Auto Safety 



The number of automobile accidents that 
occur on our roads and highways is rather 
frightening. ^ rehash of ^11 the reasons 
for these accidents would be useless, and 
a restatement of road rules and laws would 
be forgotten anyway, so our purpose in 
this eommentary takes a different direc- 
tion. ■ J ■ 



only creates a hazard to you b'6t,also to 
the other drivers oh the road. TTie 
stopped veihicle is ^ sitting duck for a rear 
end crallision, a type of accident which 
is becoming more and more prevalent all 
the time. We feel that the flasher can 
eventually become known as a universal 



BYLT. EARLET.HMB 

NASOOBANA 

imUTY S(HJADR<^ POWl 

(continued from list ««ek) 

# THE AGREEMfeNt " ' ' 

SEPT. 24, 1941 — Soviet Union pWgra adherens to AtUintK 
Charter, which provides that agrwing coufrtries seek no ^grandiz^ 
ment, that the countries desire no territorial changes not nmde in 
aecord with fredy-tttprcsaed Wishes of the peofrfe coiKsro«M, wA 
that they respect tb? right of dl peoples to choose their own for* 
of govetomd^ 

* tne result 

AGAINST THESE PROMISES ilands the Sotnet Umon^t 
record of oecnpfOitm ami dommmrion of kumanui, Estonia, Latvi$i 
Lithuania, CMeckoslovakia. Totmu Tuva, Afghmistm territory, 
HuHffory. East Germm^y, Albma, Bulg^, Poland, North Kor«% 
MongoUa. 

THE AGREEMENT 
JANUARY 29, 1942 — Soviet Union, with Iran and Britain, 
signs tr^ty of alliance, {dividing for military use of Irah^ 
territory only tintil end of military operations a^nst Germany, 

THE RESULT 
SOVIET UNION REFUSED to mthdmtf Us troops from 
Iran at the end of World War Two. 

THE AGREEMENT 
FEBRUARY 4-U, 194S — At YaW Wiile;rence USSR agrees 
on various post-#ar measures — itKluding wioption of a resolu- 
tion that the liberated peoples of Europe should have the oj^x>r- 
tunity to soWe tt^ economic problems by democratic means. 

THE RESULT 

IN VIOLATION , OF THfS AGREEMENT stands ^ 

USSR's retord of donm^hn in Bf^ma, Rmmami , Poku^, East 

Germany, Hungary, and Csechoshvakia, and other countries ti^ich 

y^re forced into post-war roles as satellites of the Soviet Union. 

'^ THE AGREEMENT 

FEBRUAJIY 11, 1945 — USSji, at Yalta conference, agre« 
to declaration that Polish provisional government "shall be pledged 
to the holding of free and unfettered elw-tions as soon as possiWe 
on the basis of universal suffr^;e and secret ballot." 
u THE RESULT 
JANUARY 5, 1947 — Soviet Union refuses to participate 
in meetinff^ with Britcdn and US. to secure compliance with the 
1945 agreement pledging free elections in Poland. 

JJANUARY 19, 1947 — Communist-controlled fraudulent 
election carried okt under conditions of Soviet mUitary occupa- 
tion. ■ ' 
THE AGREEMElfr 
APRIL 11, 1945 — USSR signs 20-year treaty of friendship 
mutual aid, and cooper^ioh with Yugoslavia. ^ 

THE RESULT -'^ 

SEPT. 29, 1949 — Soviet Union denounces this agreement. 

*- THE AGREEMENT 
Jt«fE-f^t^^!1»l— President Truman and f»remier Stalin 




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First of all,^ let us make clear that we S.O.S, warning of a stopped vehicle. In 
have no interest in any business which New York State next year, the flasher will 
manufactures ors^sells any safety devices be mandatory on all new cars, and the 



used as acessories on automobiles. We 
are selling nothing but safety. -^—^ — -- 
There Is a small swlndi, known as a 
hazard warnings witch. It Is about the 
size of a cigarette lighter. It is installed in 
or under the dashboard of a car. It is 
convenient to the driver's reach. It causes 
all four turn signal lights to ^lash simul- 
taneously. Such a switch, which is avail- 



following year, the ftasher beccMnes Stan 
-darth «|uipment on ail Federally-owned 
vehicles. AFso next year, ttie flasher will 
be optional equipment on 'alt new Ameri- 
can ^rs and many imports. 

The Virginia State Police has recently 
revised its inspection manual to allow for 
use of the flasher. The only stipulation is 
that it must not be used while the vehicle 



agree, in an exchai^ of letters, to "free access by air, road, and 
rail from Frankfort and Bremen to Berlin for United States 
lorces." _ 

THE RESULT 



atr- 
by Allied air- 



A iMe By Anether Name 

For a number of years, we have been We must, however, not forget or Ignore 



students ctf names of places ; that Is, streets, 
dtlM, ri\^^s, and Hte like, it has fascinated 
us to find the reason for odd-sounding 
names of pfe^. In many cases, we have 
fwt li^en MMe^sfut in determining the 
Wigin, hwt often sj»culatloft is nrrore fun 
anyway. The ^ate of Virginia has many 
ocW-soun€^ng town names. Many fol- 
(wved the Indian name. This Is most 
prevalent on the Eastern Shore. But before 
we digress too much, let us discuss some 
of the names of places in Virginia Beach 
#iat hive strudc our fancy. We have just 
Gonm across some of them for the first 
time, and a« jwst beginning our investi- 



Porpoise Point, Stingray March, Bread, 
Island, Deep Ditch Spit, or especially 
Whiskey Crfeek. Now there's an Intenssting 
name. We wjnder if it Is whiskey by the 
drink. 

We realize It is sometimes difficult for 
subdivision planners to find names for new 
streets or areas, but we feel that in years 
past perhaps the namas outdid themselves. 
Or perhaps these places and streets were 
so aamed in order to capture the imagiha- 
tion of folks like us in later years. If that 
was the reason, thte purpose has been ac- 
complished. 

If any of our readers do not believe the 



-*'^K ** ♦k-ir iL^fc«^ rt,j i?w/«.««k-u above names actually exist in Virginia 
gatioh of their background. If you can help f,^, ^^ ^„„^ . ^J^^ . . . „„.„»;.^ 



Un any way, we would appreciate it. 

In kx^king at a map of Virginia Beadi 
we have found such exotic sounding places 
m Rairtey's Out, Blade Gut, Stumpy Lake, 
\^a$h Flats, False Cape and Frizzel Q)ve. 
Thfen tNM is Big Ball Island, along With 
tfttl* B^ lltar^, G6at Hill, Flynn Folly and 
R^^ed islanij. We are enchanted by the 
of Half Moon Bay, Redhead Bay and 



Beach, we suggest you look at your map 
as we did. All of them are there, just 
waiting for us to wonder why they were 
so named. 

Just a" few more street names that we 
have come across Include Old Shell Road, 
West Little Neck Road, (For the life of us, 
we can't find East Little fsleck Road) Indian 
Run Road, Little Horseshoe Drive, Bbow 
Road, (it certainly hiS a sharp curve in jt) 



able at a nominal cost, is used to warn is in motion. It is possible for other drivers 
other motorists when your car is stopped 
or stalled on the highway or just off the 
road. It is of particular use on fast roads 
or expressways. Often other safety meas- 
ures, such as flags or flares cannot be seen 
in time. And since nearly all automobiles 



to confuse a private automobjle with an 
emergency vehicle if it is used while mov- 
ing. Thus it is illegal to use the flasher 
on a moving vehicle. 

We honestly feel that this device, used 
for so many years on buses and trucks 



today have turn signals already on them, engaged in Interstate corhmer^e,^s a fine 

this device makes possible a universally thing. And we recommend the use of the 

understood signal. hazard flasher to all drivers. One never 

Our interest in this safety device is not knows when an emergency could arise, 
new. We have had one on4our own per- and a simple, inexpensive device (K)uld be 
sonal car for some time. It has come in a life-saver. We are always looking for 
handy on several occasions, when the car anything that will make oUr naads and high- 
has refused to go at the wrong time. ways safer, and now that this flasher is 

Stopping 'for any emergency can be an generally. accepted and available, we feel 

extremely dangerous situation. It not that it probably should be mandatory. 



Saturday Was A Gdotf Day 



i^^'?.!^®'I.!.'!l"*:!'5.i!'!7-.yT^°".®.°^ Ego Drive and South Streamline Drive 

There may be a North S^eamlirfe Drivi too, 
but we couldn't locate If. No dlSMtftation 
of this K)rt would be o^mialete witl^t the 
casual mentioning of ^ nitfii of one of 
our favorites . . . ^reipifrtty load. There's 
the name of a road aH of us wish we could 
reach. 

Do hot misunderstand us. We are no# 
casting aspersions on the names of any Of 
these streets bt places. We simply find 
them amusing and wonder at their origin. 
Furthermore, we fed Wrtaih that our lilt 
Is by rw means complete. If you know of 
others that m4y qualify, let us kno».v. Mean- 
Milfe we'rt 6ff to Whiskey Creek. 



rhe more familiar strange-sounding points 

of Virginia Beach, to us, has been Bird 

N*ck Point. Another his been Witdi Duck 

(along with Wj^ Duck Road.) 

::rdJ streets have not been overlooked 

" To us, it sounds somewhat odd to 

North Muddy Creek Road, but It 

iolutely marvelous to live on 

treet. Ohh that we have ignored 

' M ^pwn to us all. Oilnese 

-'A' k landmark to us for nuiny 

1 and on. Two other str«^ 

sght cwr at^tiori ire 

K mm and Oum RidgA Roai- 



state were there enjoying the ceremony and spoken in the short ceremony were im 
the hospitality of the Guard. It was an im- portant but could nev^er tell this true story 
pressive ceremony. Eight jets flew over in of the hard work that Went into the jaeriod 
a roar and dipped their wings in honor of time leading up to fhe dedication here- 
of the Governor and there was a nineteen " mony. 



Never before have ^ spent quite as 
enjoyable a day as Saturday, Jur>e 19, 
1965. We attended two impl^tant events 
for Virginia Beadh, both of wt^icj^ made 
us extraordinarily proud to live nfer^uj^e 
attended the Governor's Day eremonies 
at Camp Pendleton of the Virginia National 
Guard, and we attended the outstanding 
dedication ceremonies of the beautiful new 
General Hospital of Virginia Beach. In our 
opinion, both were momentous occasions. 

In chronological order, the Camp ePndle- 
ton ceremonies came first. Some four to 
five hundred persons from all over the 



That same afternoon, we joined some 
five hundred other pirsoris efthe dedica- 
tion of the new General Hospital of Vir- 
ginia Beach. It too was an impressive cere- 
mony, but its significance, is indeed more 
important. The Governor spoke there too, 
saying that it has dhvays beer^ his pleasure 
to dedicate any new building, but particu- 
larly a facility dedicated to the relieving of 
human suffering. 

The dedication itself was a. poignant 
event . . . the culminatiori of years of plan- 
ning and dreaming. And the facility itself 
stands for all to see as a monument to 
those who made it po$sibie. The few words 



gun salute to him also. The band played 
its spirited military music. Presentations of 
achievement and recognition were made. 
The troops stood smartly at attention. And 
the whole thing went off without a hitch. 
Governor Harrison, In his friendly manner, 
made note of the fact that Governor's Day 
here has been one of his most errjoyable 
duties as Governor of Virginia during the 
past four years. 



We took a full tour ©f the building. 
Words can barely describe the interior, jt 
has everything. We rould find nothing 
liking in fqyipmpnf. The new hospital 
will serve Vifginia Beach for maiTiy years 
to come. 

So Saturday was a good day all afbund. 
We witnessed two important events, and 
we felt all Hie better for having been 
there. 



APRIL 1, 194S-MAY 12, 1949 - The Sotnet Union imposef 
the Berlin Bi^kade by severing aU land and water routes between 
Berlin and IVest Germcny. tVestem Allies supply Berlin By 
lift. March, 1962 — Soviet Union harasses flights bv Allied 
planes between Berlin and >W«st Cermany 

THE AGREEMENT ^ \V: < 

JULY 17-AUGUS^ 2, 1945 - Ap PotMam conference, 

USSR agrees that tiiere should be uniform tre%ti^etft of it» 

German peo{de throfighout Qsrmany^ • '. ' • - f^ 

-- THE RESULT «"' " 1# 

BAST GERMANY TQDAY continues ta be a rigidly-con- 
trolled Soviet satelH^. Its people have leen denied free elections, 
isolated from the people of West Germany, and victimised by the 
same kind of regimentation, police rule, and economic restrictions 
Vfuposed on the peoples of all the Soviet Bloc states in Europe 
THE AGREEMENT 

AUGUST 14, 1945 — The &)viet tjnbn enters into treaty 
with Ref)abHc of CWria, contaitiiiig these pledges : "Each, high 
contracting party undertakes not to conclude iny alliance and ik^ 
to taH^ any part in any coalition directed against the other high 
contracting party . '. . The treaty conies into forcfe itrtmediately . . . 
and shall remain in force for a term of 30 years." 

THE RESULT 

FEBRUARY 14, 1950 — These pMges were broken when 
the USSR made a new agreement with tlte Commmtist Chinese 
regime it had helped create. The Soviets did not even bother to 
change the bask wprding. The new treaty alsapttdgesr^Bo^ 
Ixigh contracting parties undertake not to conclude any alliance^ 
against the other high contracting party and not to toke part h any 
coalition or actions or measures directed against the other high 
contracting party . . . The present treaty will be valid for 30, 
years." 

THE Agreement 

' MARCH 10, 1947 t- Council of Foreign Ministers, meeting 
in Mojcow, agrees that all German prisoners of war shoald be 
repatriated by Dec<*nber 31, 1948. 

THE RESULT " . 

AUGUST 3. 1955 — Soviet regime furnishes West Genmn 
Red Cross wifh data on the health and. whereabouts of only 20 of 
the abproxitnately 14,(m Germans knotvn to be still held in the 
USSR * 

THE AGREEMENT 
MAY 4 AND JUNE 20, 1949 — Four Power Agreements of^ 
New York and Paris guarantee U.S., British, French, and Sov^ 
jomt control of Berlin, all acc^s routes to and from the city, and 
freedom of movement within the city. 

THE RESULT 
SEPTEMBER 20, 1955 - USSR unUateratly transfers Soi4et 
control aver alt access routes to and from Berlin to East Gerntm 
regime. 

AUGUST 13, 1961 — Construction of BerliH Wall completely 
prohibits ff-ce passage fhjm tlu Soviet sector lo the Western 
sectors. 

THE AGREEMENT • 

TT -^V^y ^' ^^^^ "" ^'^•^'■y armistice established between 
United Nations Command and opposing Communist forces, as- 
sisted by USSR, of China and North Korea. Arniisfice agreement 
pledges signers to "cease in^duction into Korea of reinforcii* 
military personnel." * 

THE RESULT 
JULY 11.1955 ~ UN Command details long list of armistice 
agreement vtohttons bf Communist parties 

fr^i^^ ^^ P^^- V^Conmand in 'another of series of 
official complamts, Charges that Communist luwe sent troops into 
months ■ '^'^^^ sonc stx times in period of less than four 

THE AGREEMENT 
.MNUARY^14 1956- USSR signs agreement with Yugo- 
skvia pledgmg |1 OmOOO ,n cred ts for industrial constructiS^. 

ti7;^fii?K^' -^^.T.^^l^tt'^ ^" additional grant of 
$175,000,000 bringing total to $285,000,000 

THE RESULT 

MAY 28, 1958 — Yugostcma sources disclose that tlt^ Sotnet 

Union has postponed fvr five years the grant to Yuqosknid ' 

amounting to ^5,000^6. ThU represented an attMpt torJt^ 

ate against yugoshsvta for its refusal lo accept the Soviet CtJkm. 

munist Parly's idedlogical lea4ersliip. ^ 

(Excerpts taken from "Soviet Treaty Violations") 



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VIEWS TO BE AIRED 

NORFOLK — The Public 
Affairs and News De|Mrtment dl 
WTAR-TV will preititt t ^eciiU 
{Xt^pram, "The Candidates aed 
the iMues*' Skjiday fron four to 
five p.m. on Channel 3. 

H^ 11 candidates for the 
sewn seats in the Mouse cf 
Delegates from Norfolk will |»r- 
tici{wte and will be given Ae 
opportunity to expms their 
views and stole their policiei. 



• LEQAL fiKWICe 

VIRGINIA: 

la the dofi «Mee af lbs 
RfemnI CMrt oC Ik* Oly of 
Vb^M^BcM* M <te 16lfc day 
of lin^MS. 

^ACHMENT 
FORT STORY CREDIT 
UNION, Plaimiff, 

vs. 
ALEXANDER J. CLARK 
Rt 3, Box 169 
Kinston, North Carolina, 

Principal Defendant, 
and 
VIRGINIA NATIONAL BANK 
Fort Story Branch 
Virginia Beach, Virginia, 

Co-Defendant 
ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

The object of the above styled 
action is to attach certain funds 
of Alexander J. dark, on de- 
posit at Virginia National Bank, 
because of non-payment by him 
of a certain debt due by him to 
die plaintiff. 

And it appearing by affidavit 
filed according to law that Alex- 
ander J. Clark, the abovenamed 
principal defendant, is not a 
resident of Viif inta, it is, there- 
fore, ORDERED that the said 
Alexander h, Clark do appear 
within ten days after due publi- 
cation of this Onfcr in the 
Clerk's Office of our said Muni- 
cipal Owrt and 60 what is ne- 
cessary to protect his interest. 

And it is further ORDERED 
ftat tills Order be published 
^ncc a week for tour successive 
weeks in the Virginia ^ Beach 
Sun, a newspaper of (general 
circulation in the City ol Yif' 
pnisL Beach, Virginia. I . Ij. 
Gerald F. Williams, Clerk 
GEORGE F. DARD^ Jc. 
Attomey-at-Law 
P.O. Box 851 "' 

Virginia Bea(^"WpK*"^ 

r- 6-24-4T 



BASKIN IN THE SUN 



By GOftOON RASKIN 




CCMIMONWEAL 
OT VIRGINIA 
CMi^b Office flf «» 
Prarit Cottit ol the aty of 
VbiMti Beach, on die 22ad 
in af lone, 1965. 
tWOra OF PUBLICATION 
WALLACE EUGENE 
NYLAI®, Plaintiff, 

i^inst 
MARGARET CORDIA 
NYLAND, Defendant 

The c^ect of this suli Is to 
(rfrtain a divorce from the bonds 
of Matrimony from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of de- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-reside nt of th e state 
<A Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: General 
Delivery, Bad Axe, Michigan, it 
is ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this suit. 

A cdpy — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White D.C. 
FRANK E. BUTLER, III p.q. 
Beach Theatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

' 6-24-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 

OF VIRGINIA 

In die Cleili's Office of die 

Circuit Court of the City of Vir- 

girit BcKli, <w die 22iid day 

of Awe, 196S. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
LPNA LOU RATLIFF, 
Pfaintiff, ) 
against 
BENNETT HAROLD 
RATtlPF, Defendant. 
The djJMt .of this suit is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo matri- 
monii from the said defendant, 
upon the grounds of desertion 
for a pericKl of more than one 
year.- 

And aji affidavit having been 
made and fifed that the defend- 
ant is a nonn^^ident of the 
State of Virginra, the last known 
post office address being: RR 1, 
Pikeviile, Kentucky, it is ordered 
that he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to pr<Mect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A cof^ — Teste: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 
By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
MOSS AND BRYAN p.q. 
Maritime Tower 
Norfolk, Virginia 

6-24-4T 



I had a fiMer wtM uMd to wy tM & man %ho died in the 
certam knowledge that he had thrw rsl friends was a fortunate 
man. I'm inclin^l to agree. We all have many acquaintaM^s, but 
the nun^er of friends is in very ^ort su|^y. I suspect that aie 
of the rca.sons is that many of our-lrierwlshipa never rijien because 
we never indicate to the jxJtential friend how we really fed about 
thcnr. ^herc i.s a tendency to app»r »phisticated at the expense 
of expressing our rral feelings dbout people. TTus Is wrong, and 
makn for a cold life. It is time that people had 
somthing to say alxjut th pwpk they know well. 
I'll start. 

Never know a finer man than a friend of 
nune. He's a Virginian whose wants are simple. 
Doesn"^ want to be rich, ju« wants to hang out 
with rich folks, ttoesn't want tlw care of all 
that money, just wants to live like he's loaded. 
My kind of nian. The kind who ponders before 
he says what he thinks, aiul dt«sn't care if his 
stat«nehts cause a large number of dro}>|)ed 
jaws. You can go so far as to say that he's the 
kind of man you'd Hke to have at your lack if 
you Jirere in a tight spot. You'd fiever have to look over your 
shoulder to see if he was holdiog up his end. 

Even disposition. Likes a fe* things that might not come to 
the attention of the multitude ; but siiKie they are not likely to get 
to know this nun or understand him, it doesn't cause him any 
loss of sleep. He has a good solid view of himself and if anyone 
told him timt his remarks made peofrfe uncomfortable because 
they did not conform to the popular view, all it would fetch up 
would te a wry grin. 

Easy to be around. You do not have to guard your tongue at 
all times, since he has a respect for the flat-footed oiMnwns of 
others no matter how much he may disagree. He takes a dnnk 
if he wants one, |Aiys poker like hx |Hit hitnself through sclw)ol 
deaUng fiye card draw, has a mother and Brothers and sisters 
who y€very close. Has a wife and a snmll boy. I'd say that 
those two are a very lucky , pair. 

Does not underestimate the value of the simple things in 
life. Says that the world would be a better place to live if e^«ry- 
one, for examfJe,^' would realize the value of a bowl of strawberries 
at the end of a long day spent dealing with bureaucrats and 
poor decisions. Says that strawberry time helps get him through 
the year. 

Under the circumstances. 111 not mention his name. He 
wouldn't like it and doesn't need the publicity. He'fl know who 
I'm talking about if he r^ds this. I hear he might not be around 
here forever. I'pi not Surprised, since he's too good a man to have 
to put up with inefficient working conditions. If he leaves, it'll 
be our loss. If he does ciit out, I'd like to wish him a few things ; 
plenty of strawberries aod teavy cream, no second-best poker 
hands, a sufficient quantity of good whtskyia place in the sun 
where his considered ojMnion gets tift attention it deserves, a few 
friends who play golf, a place to Hve that is not crowded by a 
herd of non-thinkers, and a long life for him, and for his. 



viRGiNii^lgACH $UN. Thwrtday, Jum |4 







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City SoftbaH SMvilings 



Boys Reeded To Play Ball 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Boys 
between ages eight and twelve 
are needed by the Virginia 
Beach Little League Farm Team. 

Tb@(e boys, according to 
Farm Team Director C. M 
R^, must live in the area 
bounded on the East by tl^ At- 
lantic Ocean, the north by Fort 
Story, the south by 31st St. ^nd 
the west by Linlier. 

Reed announced this is the 
first year tfaat uniforms arc 
available for most of the boys 
There will be a few vacancies 
on the major lo^ue teams in the 
wxt two weeks. 

All boys interested in pUying 
Little League ball ^should re- 
port to Virginia Beach High 
School Athletic Field Saturday 
at 10 a.m. and bring their birth 
certificates wkh Uiem. Any 
f athe r interested in working with 
om dr the teams should call 
Reed at 428-5548. 
' The Cut« beat the Sports 14 
to 11. Winning pitcher was 
Danny Dombrowski and losing 
pitcher was Jim Gentry. Charles 
Griffin socked a homfcr for the 
Sports in the third inning with 
the bases loaded. 

in the second game, the Ti- 
gers pounced over the Rotarians 
2 to 0, winning pitcher being 



Mikft Martin, 
John Givik. 



losing pitcter, 



RECREATION 



ATTENDS MEET 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Rob- 
ert L. Lea, Jr., of 965 Covey St., 
local representative for Mutual 
of Omaha and United of Oma- 
ha, r^ently attended a field man- 
agement institute at the home 
office in Omaha, Nebraska. 

Too Late to Classify 

Clerk-typist, secretary, mainteti- 
ance man, carpenters, plumb- 
ers, paintet;s, cooks, automo- 
bile mechanics, meat packers. 
Apply Virginia Em^loyjncnt 
Commissiofl, 223 Virginia 
Beach Boulevard, Virginia 
Beach. 

6-24-2T 

705 26 Street - Qean one storv 
duplex apartment No. 1. Mod- 
ern furniture, large grounds, 
trees, qu|ct area, storage, an- 
nual le^se, couple only. Shown 
7-9 p.m, m all Thwsdiay. Satr 
urday, Sunday by tenapt 
apartment No. 2. 

6-244ln 

— ■---—■ I - 

Fiesta Electric guitar with am- 
plifier, oanying case. Call 
340-2252. 

6-24-21 



VIRGINIA BEACH — Re- 

sulu from last weeks Commun- 
ity League baseball games spon- 
sored by the Virginia Beach 
Recreation Department have 
been announced. /^ 

Action in the Midget: the 
Woodstcxk Yankees after being 
raioed out on Tuesday came 
back Friday night with a 20-0 
victory over Trantwood. Tl^ 
Yanks were led by Greg Brtnkly 
with a homer in the third inning 
with one on. Rodney Blalu 
matched this with a homer awi 
single good for 3 rbi's. 

file Kempsvifle Cfefts titer 
losing to the Kemi»ville Bears, 
16-& came bac)c and routed the 
Malibu Cubs 24-1. 

The County-View Cardinals 
defeated the Mets of Cr^ec^ dn 
Monday and smashed the Wood- 
stock Rebels 14-6 on Friday. 
Ken Smith piteted a neat Skit- 
ter and hit two home runs and a 
single good for 5 rbi's. Ricky 
Taylor pitched in with a tripte 
and two singles. 

The Creed Mets, after ddeat- 
ing the Malibu Brakes, 19-2, ran 
into a hornets nest and were 
beat, 12-10 by the County-View 
Cardinals. 

On Monday the Keoi{»ville 
Bears defeated the Kempsville 
Colte, 18-8, behind the hitting 
of Ray Wright, who had a hom- 
er and single. 

The Bears came back Friday 
night with a 19-3 clobbering of 
the Court-Hcmse Cubt. In this 
one. Rick Scarborou^ pitched 
a three hitter, and Billy Russell 
had two doubles, Roy Wright 
went tfiree for three all singles. 
The Intermediates had the 
Trantwood Cardinals beating 
Courthouse 10-2. Mel Cunning- 
haro led the hitting with four 
f«r four— all smgles — backed up 
by Charles Bowdoin's triple and 
two single?- The star of the game- 
was Jfck \yilson, who pitched 
a no-hitter and struck out 11. 
The yout^ lefthander added a 
doable to go along with his 
{Ht^:l^^ 

The Creed Colts oi the Junior 
I eagifff atUed the Trantwood T- 
Bif(ls R) their wjnniqg column as 
tlwy defeated them 14-0. Lefty 
Warren Dixon pitched a no-hit- 
ter as he whiffed 16 T-Bffds. 
Dee Craft spcked two doubles _ 
and two singes. Clyde Fryman 
blasted a solo homer in the 
fourth. 



MEN'S 

UHLIMITED LEAGUE 

DIVISION "A" 

TEAM Won f^ist 

WaHcer Reaky 7 

Arrowhead 

Bid. Material 7 

Browns Body Shop 4 3 
Atlantic Const. 4 3 

Ijondon Bridge 

Vbl. F.I). 3 

Coast Guard 3 

Berns Electric 3 

Beacon Restaurant 2 
I.T.T. Giants 1 



Buddy's Mobile Hon^s 

MEN'S UNLIMITED 
DIVISION "B" 
TEAM Won 

Pungo 6 

Va. Beach Seven-Up 6 
Chesapeake Beach 5, 



Leo's Restaurant " "^ 

Creeds 4 

Sealxjard Photo '4 

Al's Texaco 3 

FRA-166 3 

Kempsville 1 
Kempsville Dem|rfay 

CHURCH LEAGUE 
TEAM Won 

Carrow Baptist 3 

Thalia Lynn Baptist 2 
Kings Men 2 

Bayside Baptist 

Scott-Foundry 



Lost 
1 
1 
2 

T 
3 
3 
4 
4 
6 
7 



Lost 

1 
1 
3 
3 



Vl^ 



SHOW 
BENCFIT SET 



KEMPSVILLE — More than 
eighty n^embers and guests of 
the Kempsville Woman's Club 
and &£ Kempsville Ruriton Club 
were entertained at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Rowland E. Dorer 
recently with ti Fish Fry. The 
social was held for the purpose 
of discussions and the making of 
rians for the co-sponsored Horse 
Show scheduled for June 25> 26, 
and 27. 

The 15th Annual Kempsville 
Horse Show, a member of the 
Virginia Horse Shows Associa- 
tion, Inc., will be held at the 
Tidewater Pony & Horse Asso- 
ciation Grounds, Military High- 
way, at Greenbfiar Farms, 
Chesap^ke. Mr*- George A. 
Jackihs and Ralph R.^ncSirriott 
are co-chairrtien. 

These clubs were the first civic 
clubs to in^tgate the intercut of 
horsemanship in this area by 
holding first, class horse shows. 

Mrs. Stanton Meads, trophy 
chairttian, has announced there 
will be n^ny beautiful trophies 
awarded plus $4.(X}0 in prize 
money .to the winn^ of thes 
events. 

The show* b^ns Friday at 
1:30 p.m. with further events 
planned for Friday at 8 p.rrr.; 
Sattird^ -^ 9:Xi a.m.,^ :^ p.m. 
and 9 p.m. ; and Suncky after- 
noon at 1 p.m. 

The momney derived from the 
charity show will aid four young 
people to attend colleges, contrib- 
ute to three volunteer fire de- 
partments, send hoys and girls 
to Boys State ahd Giris State, 
helj) maintain the Kempsville 
Ruritan Club Hou.se whidi is 
available for use by Girl and Boy 
Scout troops, teenage club, and 
civk organizations; and the 
nujor portion will benefit ^he 
Atlantic Mental Hygiene Center. 



DUFFER, I.EAGUE 


TEAM 


V^m Lo^l 


Kem|MvilIe 


6 


BeiKhwarniers 


6 1 


M-Boys 


4 2 


The Rebi 


3 4 


GriOTii^ttAincralt 


2 S 


Hoff Cadillac Si Dlds 2 4 


F.O. Eagles 


7 


WOMEN'S LEAGim 
TEAM Won tost 


Travelers 


8 


Truckers 


6 a 


Kemfwville 


4 4 


Courthouse 


3 5 


AragcMia 


2 6 


Greenwich v 


I 7 



SCORES AMmnfCED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — hr- 
rowhead Building Material lias 
moved into a tk with Walker 
Realty for ti^ place in the M<»'s 
Unlimited Lei^ue Division "A'*. 
Both teams mm have a 7-rO 
ord for. t^e season, tmt 
k Arrowl^ul (tefeated tte 
KWm{Nville DeMoMiy, S-1 Md 
•Atkntic Constructkjo, 10 • 8. 
Walker R^ty itayed tied widi 
victories over Bud(^'s Kfobile 
Homes, 18-^ uid a 8-7 win 
over Byms Electric. 

In division "B" erf the Men's 
Unlimited League, the Vijiinia 
Beach Seven-Up tme wd ral- 
go ended up t^ at the ei^ ll 
the week. Se%Nsn-Up beftt Se^ 
board nmo, 1 1-3 and the Cam 
Guard 9-0. Pungo won 01^ 
Browns Body Shop 8-2, and Sot- 
b<Mrd, 5-4. 

The Duffers have KempsviBe 
riding the top spot widi a 6-0 
record, Last week Him defeat 
the M-Boy« 13-3. The BevHi- 
warmers are holding on to die 
number two spcA w^ a 6-1 ta%. 
Last week they (tefea^ Ht^- 
CadiUac ll-lO in a t^t ^une 
at Arrowhead, 

In the QuiTch Leagne, Qyr- 
row Baptist has a 3-0 lor t^ 
NunAmr sms wot, {oUowed j|r 
ThalM Lyna BaMiit and *» 
Kings Men with 2-1'$. 

The Women's Leagi^ hat ^ 
travekrs ail akwe with M M. 
Last week they defeated Kenipa- 
ville 5-4, and the Trucked^ 9-6, 
bodi exciting games at Ken^i- 
ville. The Truckers are in see- 
ohd place witi a 6-2 mcitd. Tie 
drls are beginning tahh and 
field in mid-wascxi lorito. Ar^ 
gona pulled tfte up-set of tte 
week by <tefeateg Kemptvilk 
5-4 in the bottom of the sev^A 
last Weditfsday night kt Kma^ 
ville. The Takers made ne 
Travelera go fot brdke in a 
SDme-fimoi-^ind 9-6 victory. 
TTie Truckera were \ea^»$ 6-^1 
after fliree inning of play. 



ADULT SCORED 



In 



tE(90N GAMES 



VIRGINIA BEACH — In a 
Legion game played last Sunday 
at City Park in Norfolk Post 280, 
Great Bridge defeated Post 113 
JPrincess Anne, 8-5. 

Post 113 could not overcome 
the fine pitching of Jack Philds, 
whd^ threw a neat six ' hitter. 
Great Orid^ needed extra inn- 
ing in order to win as the Beach 
team tied the game 5-5 in the 
bottom of the ninth. 

Post 280 scored tiwee runs in 
the tenth on two hits and an 
error to gain theh" fir^t victory 
of the seasoti. For 1^5(113 Bill 
Lawson blasted a Iripte and a 
single. Albert Palmer added two 
singles in a losing cause. 

"The Legion AU-Star game is 
scheduled |or July Sfd at Frank 
D. Lawieace jfidd ii| Ports- 
mouth. Tkft^ we oig sale at 
O.Kay Mol^ ^ OsMlna, Key 
&lper Market^ at the Diamond 
Springs Shopping Center, A & B 
Restaurant on Virg^ia Beach 
Blvd., Freddy's Rertauraht at 
^he Plaxa cettfer and al the Post 
113 hcwie on l^skin Road. The 
money goes towards the bills of 
etch Legion team. ^ 



VIRGINIA BEACH — 
the Men's and Women^s adult 
S(^ba]I Xwttues, last Montfifs 
pasm were ue only one's played 
because erf rain. 

In the Women's League, the 
Courthouse Truckers defeated 
Arag(ma, 14-2. Barbara Gee 
blasted a homer good for tw 
rbi's, Thelma WWtehurst hit a 
solo honaer in the 4Ut. Ket)i|»- 
ville nipped the Greenwich wom- 
en 8-6, Keaipsville went on a 
hittii^%ast as they spraj^d 20 
hits all over the ball park, led 
by Anne Greco who had two for 
three, topped by;a homer. Bw- 
bara Kelly drove in three rtjfs 
with three singles. The Tra«i<S» 
won game number nine with 11 
^eat with a 6-4 win over C(Wrt- 
House. 

.The Men's Duffer action had 
the Oce«ia M-ftsys beat^ 
Hoff-Cadillac 10-8. GrunwJini 
Aircraft held on to win over riie 
Ea^, 1 1-8. In the game of U» 
night, die Kempsville nine over 
came the Benchwarmers, 94. 
Home runs were hit by Bud<^ 
Dttplain, Graddy Wells, and Har- 
old Dressier hit for the ftench- 
warmers. 

GAME SET JULY 3 

VIRGINIA BEACH — the 
Second District Americ^p Le- 
gion Baseball All-Star tfm ^^ 
been scheduled for Frank t 
Lawrence Stadium, July 3, ai 
8 p.jti. 

Tickets are on , sale at th 
following businesses: O.K. Mo- 
, tors, 1740 Viiginia Beach Blvd. 
(0»ana); Key Supermarket ; 
the Diamond Springs Shapptp, 
CenUsr; §nd at the American }.•• 
gion Pmi (113) home on I 
Road. The price of the iiv^.. 
is $L00 afld the money !P> 
towards piling of the bas 
officials, fM^te, falis and < 
of each Le^on team. 




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,tW^ SUH fhorukt, 4w» 24, 196S 



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DM Honors Eight StudoiHts 



FUNERALS 



GRACE n. ROSS 

mCmiA BEACH — Mrs. 
Onii Hurdle Rms, 67, of 760 
OnSifc tMv^ died last Thursday 
in a nursii^ home. 

A native of Edenton, N.C., 
iKc WM 'i darter of Henry 
William «ImI Mrs. Lula Deans 
Hurdle. She was a Baptist. 

She to survived by a son, 
Gesx$s J. Ross of Ecfentdn; a 
SttMr, Mrs. Lula R^pess of 
Fayettcville, N.C., ana three 
0indsons. 

The body was taken to Maes- 
tat Funeral Home. A fuwral 
^rvice WM held SaturxJay in 
Im^kn BrM^e Baptist Church 
C^rtery by the Rev. G. E. 
HiQlhes. ^^ 

El(m. W. THOMSEN 

THALIA — Eigil W. (Tom- 
my) Thonnen. 55, <rf «>4 C«^r 
Lane, huband of Mrs. Helen 
AbK>lum Tliomsen and son of 
Niggo N. and Mrs. Agnes Mad- 
^n Hiom^n died in his home 
last Thursday. 

A native tS Aarhui, Denmark, 
ke lived in the Norfolk-Virginia 
Peach area 33 years. He was a 
t^theran and an Army veteran 
^ Wwld War I and was a 
tMKM:hinist for Whalcy Engineer- 
liaCompany. 

Besides his wife, its is sur- 
«iwd by two sister, Mrs. Ellen 
0,4|iHrsen of AaThus, Denmark, 
Md Ito. Gretfie D. Hanen of 
G^MbAmhi, Denmark, and a 
lwott»^. Cap!. Caflo K. Tbomsen 
of !)^ir Okans. 

A tan^ul tavke was held in 
HoU(»M»-Brown Funeral Home 
Smitiy hy the Rev. Frank R. 
HtoUton, of Christian Temple. 
WbxM was ia Fwe^ Lawn 

Beach Youth 
^*s Guest 

LITTLE OlEEK — A Vir- 
l^ia Beach youth is one (rf 135 
t^ \^ school sciem:e students 
tmrnU ^ates ami Canada se- 
Vtm^ by dK Navy to take ^rt 
li itsKavy Si^Bisx Orulien pro- 
gram whkl) got uadenniy at LU- 
tfe Oeek Tuesday. 

The local Cruiser is Gleii T. 
Webb, son of Cap*, and Mrs. 
CSuuies D. WeW>, who was cho- 
wm U« hM eatry m last May's 
indewa^r ScieiKe Conference. 
ttis Kwnce jwoject, tlw study of 
tte rekoive <qKratii^ effkaency 
^ Wmmm types ot small antsn- 
Mt, won ^ NASA Award aad 
Jte Sq^<» Cruiser Award. 

T^ Navy Scfcncc Cruisers, as 
fte Modoits are callMl, eonsi^ 
t$ 1^ a^iol boys with unusu- 
^ly h^ scient^ a{Kitu(tes. 
'ftey vt^v ck>s@i by a panel ct 
Wavy jw^, • 

issuing H^^veeic kng ^y 
IttUide Ctctk Att^diibkMis Base 
mgM U the iHry, Aey will 
mc the imc^^ a|^>lkati<m of 
ffli nff ^pn^ring aixl mat]»- 
mi^ ki & Armed Forces by 
UMsis4 variotts milhary uistalla- 



WnxrAM R. SMITH 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Wil- 
liam Richard Smith, 73, of 110 
London Bk-tdge Road, died in 
his home Sunday at 9:30 a.m. 
after a long illness. . 

A native of Cohokc. -Virginia, 
he was a mn of the late George 
A. and Mrs. Eoline Jones Smith 
and had been living in Virginia 
Beach for the past 1 8 years. Un- 
til his retirement he was em- 
ploy^ in the Electrical Division 
of the Public Works Department 
at the Norfolk Naval Air Sta- 
tion. He was a member of Ihe 
South Hill Methodist Church! 

Surviving are his wife, Mrs. 
Lalage TUIot Smith; two sons, 
William R. Smith, Jr. of Bos- 
ton, Mass., and Richard Smith 
of Clinton, Maryland; one daugh- 
ter, Mrs. Shirley Roberts of Sun- 
nyvale, California: one brother, 
Norbome G. Smith of Golds- 
boro, N.C., and tMbe sisters, 
Mrs. Olie Brame, wk. Lucy 
Copley and Miss Emmk Smith, 
all of South Hill, Virginia. 

A funeral service was con- 
ducted at the Maestas Funeral 
Home, Tuesday at 10 a.m. by 
the Rev. George T. Stallings. 
pastor of the First Colonial Bap- 
tm Oiurch. Burial services were 
conducted in the Oakwpod Ce- 
metery, South Hill at 3 p.m. by 
the Rev. Lee H. Richcreek, pas- 
tor of the Sooth Hill Methodist 
Oiurch. 4*^ ^ 

K^mETH a JOHNSCMS 

NEWPORT NEWS — Keij- 
ncth Howard Johnson, infant 
•OB of William H. and Mrs. 
Brenda Payne Jdiiison of Ncw- 

fort News died in a F6rt Eustis 
oipiul Monday at 3:30 annr- — : 




senior girls in high school. 

Mary C. Rice School has been 
recognized through the awwd of 
History Medals to Hal Bussey 
and Mary Ann Little. 

At Blair Junior High School, 
Mrs. Vivian L. Ott, Chapter 
registrar, made Ameiican His- 
tory Awards in the fotm of 
Medals to Bill Seward and Carol 
Hiumenthal. who were selected 
by competitive examination from 
a list of 42 candidates for the 
honor. 

_^hcsc annual awaits carry 
out the patriotic, .educatkmal, 
and historical objectJws of the 
National Society iDAR. 



REALTY TRANSFERS 



TnnililS 
$1M 



ftwaKft 



ROlGER KAPLAN 

NORFOLK — Sarah Con- 
stant Chapter, Daughters of the 
American Revolution^ has award- 
ed medals to taTented and stu- 
dious youngsters for their ex- 
cellent scholarship and qualities 
of patriotism and leadershipi 
Eight medals have been awarded. 

Helen Willis and Roger Kap- 
lan were awarded medals by 
Mrs. Allen R. Thompson, his- 
torian of the Chapter, for pro- 
ficiency in American HIMotv in 



Surviving besides his parents 
are cnm lister, Virginia C. John- 
atm; his paternal grandparents, 
Mr. aflki Mrs. W. H. Johnson 
of Norfolk and his maternal 
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Maynard O. Payne of Virginia 
Beach. 

The body was removed to the 
Maestas Funeral Honw. 

A funeral service was con- 
ducted Wednesday at U a.m. at 
Woo%wii, MenK}rial Gardens 
1^' dfe ^- B. B. Perkins, pas- 
tor or SC John's Ba^Mist Church. 



their work at Northside Junidt 
High School. 

Wendy Lucas and Bob Stet- 
cher received the Good Citizen- 
ship Medal and Pin from the 
National Defense Department of 
the Qjapter for fulfilling the 
qualities of leadership, nonor, 
service, courage and patriotism. 
This award was given at North- 
side by Mrs. Thompson and is 
offered for students in elemen- 
tary, junior and senior high 
schools, and is not to be con- 
fused with the Good Citizenship 
award which is given only td 



WENDY LUCAS 



GONE TO GOTHAM 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Miss 
Sue Ann Strew is representing 
Chowan College in the Miss 
Nancy Taylor Secretary of the 
Year contest in New York City 
this week. She is the daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd D. Strew 
of 3729 Virginia Drive. 

Miss Strew Was selected by 
her fallow students^ ihis Mur- 



freesboro, N.C. college and by 
faculty members of the Depart 
ment of Business, 

GUEST SPEAKER 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Sea- 
born J. Flournoy, an active and 
leading layman at Trinity Epis- 
copal of Portsmouth, will be 
the guest speaker Sunday at 10 
a.m. at St. Francis Mission at 
509 Rosenxont Road. 

All members and friinds are 

urged to attend. ' 

. : ^ 



George Rc^rt Jones et ux to 
Property ftiyers. Inc., lot 4, 
block 26, pUt (of Pembroke 
Manor a^. 3; tax $24.60. 

Ronakt M. ttmmons et ux to 
James W. Quick et ux, lot 35, 
block 15, plat of Pembroke Ma- 
nor s«;. 2; tax $21.60. 

Jamsam CMstriKtion Cor- 
poration to Rex Herring et ux, 
lot 22, block 20, plat of Arrow- 
head s^. 5; tax $22.65. 

Melville Corporation to Dav- 
id W. Carpenter et ux, lot 17, 
block E, plat of Point O'Woods 
sec. 3; tax $23.40. 

James J. Rltter et ux to 
Charles R. Dowlen et ux, lot 1, 
block 3, plat of Lake Shores 
sec. 3; tax $29.25. 

John J. Gulla et ux to Frank 
H. Bums et ux, lot 2, plat of 
I property of Dr, C. D. J. Mac- 
Donald: tax $31.35. 

Cosine Realty Corporation to 
Charles R. Toler et ux, lot 62, 
-4>lat of Lakeville Estates sec. 2; 
tax $20.70. ' 

Emil Realty Corporation to 
Alexander Mclvor et ux, lot II, 
block 45, plat of Pembroke Man- 
or sec. 4; tax i$21. ^ 

Armon Realty Corp. to Bill 
J. Miller et ux, lot 26, block 42, 
plat of Pembroke Manor sec. 4; 
tax $22.35. 

Armon Realty Corp. to Le- 
gare Mprion Grover et ux, lot 
14, block 36, plat of Pembroke 
Manor sec. 4; tax $27.60. 

Napolitano Realty Corp. to 
Fred B. Curlii^ et ux, lot 10, 
block 38, plat of Pembroke Man- 
or sec. 4; tax $30.75. 

Armon Realty Corp. to- 
Goodwin Burnett Spencer et ux, 
lot 18, block 36. plat of Pem- 
broke Manor sec. 4; tax 



$25.35./ 

JaoMfs W. Rice et ux to Ab- 
ner'M. Steucrlein, Jr. et ux, lots 
1 8. 20, 22, 24, block 2, plat of 
Shore Acres; tax $19.50. 

Charles W. Adkins et ux- to 
Harold D. Starling ct ux. lot 2«, 
plat of Eastern Park sec. 1; tax 
$18. 

Jack B. JuMilian et ux to 
Samuel C. DeLaura et ux, par- 
cel, plat of Virginia Beach De- 
velopment Company; tax $28.50. 

Ernest Harrison Moore, Jr. 
et ux to Thomas T. Reed ct ux, 
lot 67, plat of Westmoreland 
Estates sec. 1; Ux $17.^. 

Point-O-Vicw, Inc. to Jack 
W. Outman et ux, lot 11, block 
2, plat of PoinlO-View sec. 1; 
tax $36.45. 

Melville Corporation to Lar- 
ry Richard Bateman et ux, lot 
20, block E, plat of Point-O- 
Woods sec. 3;' tax $23.25. 

Community Custom Builders, 
Inc. to William T. Lindemann et 
ux, lot 1, block B, plat of Gunn- 
Hall Manor; tax $26.25. 

Commiinity Custom Builders. 
Inc. to William T. Lindeman et 
ux, lot 2, block B, plat of Gunn- 
Hall Manor; tax $26.25 

Community Custom Builders, 
Inc. to William T. Lindemann et 
ux, lot 3, block B. plat of Gunn- 
Hall Manor; tax $26.25. 

Community Custom Builders, 
Inc. to William T. Lindemann et 
ux, lot 4, block B, plat of Gunn- 
Hall Manor; tax $26.25. 

Melvin Leon Hickman et ux 
to Robert Casey et ux, lot 28, 
plat of Bellamy Manor; tax 
$24.30. 

Manuel A. Mantanona et ux 
to Marciano Felarca et u\, lot 2, 
block 18, plat of Diamond Spring 
Homes; tax $16.20. . f^ft - 

Haven M. Hodges et wT^o 
Haven M. Hodges, lot 110, plat 
of Kings Grant; tax $21.75. 



Bailey Park» Construction 
Corporation to Andy S. Kovach 
et ux, lot 359, {rfat <rf Ci0c 
Story By-The-Sea No 
$32^25. 

^ .^rmon Realty Cqrp. to Rob- 
ttt 'Riley hove et nx, lot 16, 
block 39, plat of cmbrokc Man- 
or s^. 4; tax $23.70. 

Eni^ Realty Corp. to James 
Jc^ph Bruitt et ux. lot 13, 
block . 45. plat t>f Pembroke 
Manor sec. 4; ta,x $22.50. 

Napolitano Realty Corp. to 
Bernard C. Beale ct ux, lot 9, 
bfock 38, plat of Pembroke 
Manor m:. 4; tax $23.10. 

Mill Russ Ccwstruction Com- 
p«ny. Inc. to Robert Glenn Ste- 
vens et ux, lot 10, block 72, plat 
of Princess Anne Plai^ sec. 3; 
tax $24.90. 

T & M Construction Corpora 



Qat^m tax $16 JO. 

Ketmwite M^^vH. Inc. to 

W. E. Ban», tots go. SI, pl# 

texJ of LoiOMr aec. 5; tax $19.9^ 



liam E. Hudgins et ux, lot 15, 
plat of Linkhorn sec. 3; tax 
$37.35. 

John Henry Ford et uX to 
Kenneth L. Wills et ux, lot 43, 
block 35, plat of Pembroke 
Manor sec. 3; tax $35.40. 

C. P. Rogis et als to T and K 
Construction, Inc., parcel, plat 
of Lynnhaven Borough; tax $18. 

Elias P. Breau et ux tcf Ray- 
mond R. Hembree et ux, lot 31, 
block 19, plat of Princess Anne 
Plara sec. 4; tax $1 $.75. 

Walter i^ Mg'^f*' ^^ ^^ t® 
Gene Roii Heiwigan et ux, lot 
15, bloclr34, plat of Aragona 
Village sec. 6; tax $19.95. 

PhiHp N. Brownstein et aV to 
James William Blackwell et ux, 
lot 5, block 28, plat of Princess 
Anne. Plaza sec. 1; tax $^1.75. 

Allan D. Miller et ux et als 
to Benjamin P. Buchholz et ux, 



Jamra T. Heller et ux to War- 
ren-Siebert-Pa|e, IiK., tot 1, 
Mock 4. plat of ArMena VM- 
tage »K, 10; tax $18.30. 

Crystal L^e Development 
Corporation to Marks S. Stand- 
ing, lot 9, plat ol Princess Anne 
HiUs Parfc^sec, A; tax $18.30. 

Donald Wffliam Hughes et ux 
to Cart E^Bailey, Jr. et ux, tot 
8, block 25, plat of Pembroke 
Manw sec. 3; tax $18.90^ 

Bdbby Ray L^ni^ et ux to 
Rhii^iart Henry Lipian et ux, 
lot 2, block 28, plat ol Aragona 
Village sec. 6; tax $23.25. 

Lemly T. Rodgcrs ct ux to 
Robert D. Rawlins et ux, lot 4, 
blo(A F, jrtat of Lake Smith Ter- 



tion to Ramon Cervilla et ux,frace s«:. 1; tax ^39.75. 
lot 37 plat of Southern Poinfe 
sec. 2; tax $42.75. 'S ■ 

John E. Gibbs et ux to Wil- 14, block 86. plat of Princess 



Alton Harkcr Tilton ct ux to 
Robert L. Siofter. Sr. ct ux, let 



Anne Plaza sec. 7; tax $17.85. 

Charlie L. White et ux to 
Kenneth Wyatt et ux, lot 41, 
plat of Acredale sec. 5; tax 
$19.50. 

Aval(m Hills, Inc. to Festus 
E. Simkins et.ux, lot 110, plat 
of Avalon Hills; tax $32.25. 

C.D.U., Inc. to Leonard Moer- 
land et ux, lot 25, block 4, plat 
,of Princess Anne Plaza sec. 10*, 
tax $22.50. 

Needham S. Cheely, Jr. ct ux 
to The Seay Company, Inc., lot 
9 and part of 1(H 11, block 55, 
plat of Virginia Beach Develop- 
ment Co. No. 6; tax $15.30. ; 

Joe L. Coggin ct ux to Jose^ 
Seaborn Rusling et ux, part &t 
lot 8, block 5, plat of Oceaig 
Gardens; tax $18.90. J 

George R. Phillips et ux to 
Robert E. Richter et ux, lot 5 
and part of lot 6, plat of Thalilt 



lot 21, plat of West C^saiia Farms sec. 1; tax $33.75 



g^Pl^ of die prc^ram will 
^ a <foy at s» abrard the dock 
J ^ it ^ Alp LlmtenwaJd where 
Bm ^i^tt «^ Ke a demon- 
flpBlM c( Havy Fro^oi tMtks 
llli tel^ ^toefcti4e tours of the 
^AmuuiiS Sitt^ and Torsfc 
anl tf» repair ship Vulcan. 

Tl» Navy has provided this 
grjfjnltfeaBy oriented craise- 
ttxur la kc^ of itimulatii^ cre- 
ati96 jstw^ and abilities in sci- 
ence and to ^ve special recogni- 
to mits ti^lng science stu- 



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of Americans lowest priced compact r 






On hand to wclosmc the 

^nis at Little CteA Tunday 

We MSsf Norfolk Jean Inge. 

|£s8 Hoapittdity VIdtey Lati- 

j^, Brig. G^ Cordon D. 

mm, Norfolk Councihnan Sam 

Baflidd, Nor&fflc Hospitality 

Omunittee ChainnM Win R. 

Button and Downtown Mer- 

tHottti Aaaociatlcn Chakman K. 

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mum CAKD ACT 

V IROmtA BEACH — The 
circns act featured at Snnde 
^^amaeoient Patios sta^ Hm 
titodic if Joaeph Smi^ and Oom- 
pany. 

'mil^, who k^ womea in 

,juA 6om <^^ myiUf^ 

befoie tf^ ^es of on- 

I, hit been a ttgaiu vi- 

'to this uta for many nim- 

. ctrcua a^t has fsoven lo 
o be one W d» season's 

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ki iritofr^mciat'touciin of riamor. tham imi ■ 
eampact ttiat ttn ttacfc Up to the American. 

But you're •rrtMod to alot more than dttzle. 
8d wa ^v« tiM Amorkon th« good soHd IxJild, 
Mm quaHfy fsai, the honest t)eauty that is char- 
aetor-ctoap. Other compacts just dont have 
DQlM»-Safaly Brakes, Advanced Unit Construe- 



Hon, Deep-Ofp RustprooAng and flte Rhab 

*On Rambler; they're standard . . . Amei^ea^ 
iowesfpnce for two-door sedan, four-door sedan, 
wagon, convertible, and hardtop with reclining 
bucltet seats. That's based on direct compari- 
son of manufacturers' suggested retail prices. 
See your Rambler dealer now. 



I As proposed, the auto exdaetncMt would be retr(»ctive to May 



ryTBAIIXCilfTAX 

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I and, H the tax c«4 ic passed aa propped, yo« can get a prompt checit fraai 
ifcrliM aMOont of iiia retroactive tex eat. 



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WITH FIREPLACE. IN ADDITION THERE IS A COMPLETE DINING ROOM AND AN EAT-IN KITCHEN 
EQUIPPED WITH DISHWASHER. THE HOME IS COMPLETELY INSULATED, HAS HOT WATER HEAT 
AND GARAGE AnACHED.- THIS HOME WILL BE LANDSCAPED BY DEL-HAVEN GARDENS. , ' 



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1033 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-5525 

JIM ADAMS R^LTY 
1 764 Laskin Road 
Phone-428-3610 

ANCHOR REALTY 
30th & Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7421 

COMMONWEALTH REALTY 
2242 Great Neck Road ' 
Phone 464-3534 

COOPER REALTY 
206 25th Street ' 
Phone 428-1330 

COURAIN REALTY 

228 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

Phonet-428-6000 

VIRGINIA BEACH REALTY, 
1 705 Laskin Rd. 
Phone 428-2901 



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DICKSON REALTY 

2605 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6501 

DUCK'S REAL ESTATE 
323 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-4882 

GOLDTHWAITE REALTY CO. 
242 FIRST COLONIAL ROAD , 
PHONE 428- 6868 

JARD REALTY CO. ' 
200 25th Street 
Phone 428-6666 

KEISEY REAL ESTATE 
2706 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-7041 

KNIGHT REALTY 

3320 Virginii Beach Boulevard 

Phone 340-6892 

LANGHORNE INSURANCE AGENCY 

2606 Pacific Ave. 
Phone 428-6461 




DAVE MILLER REALTY 
1825 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Phone 428-3822 

SEAY REAL ESTATE 
'?22 Great Neck Road 
Phone 340-8444 

MARGARET P. TOMPKINS 
Mayflower Apartments 
Phone 428-7721 

WAINWRIGHT REALTY 
2609 Atlantic Ave. 
Phone 428-2515 

WHITEHURST REALTY 
1679 Laskin Road 
Phone 428-6886 

J. B. WITHERS & CO. 
A & P Shopping Center 
Phone 428-1641 

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25th & PACIFIC AVE. 
PHONE 428-4110 



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C««rt* D. Brook*, who tpoarlioadet! tko drivo for the koipital mni was it* firat prm»H$mt, 
■poko brioily at ti« dadication caremcniet Saturday afUrnooa. 



Of th. Hoapital A«.i i.ry. dvrint • lull i. tho opoii k.«.o t.«r of 
^ MW facihtr foUowiat dodkation coromonioa. 



A liM-«p of dicaitarlM mfifUmd Qovor^ar Harritea a« ho proparod to dodiealo tko 
Haapltal of Virgfaiia " ' 



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r! .^H?y J.^" Phillips is guest writer this week for vacationine 
Dons Padnck. '' 

«* With the Tenth Annual Virginia Beach Boardwalk Art Show 
loommgf aronod the corner (July 15-19). this is the time of year 
when most of us turn to thouehts of what type paintinps would 

u 11 u** °" "^^^^^ *'*'' ^P^*^^- ^^°"^^ * "*'" ''^^ ^^^ better in the 
hall than a land^ape or should we put an abstract over that 
table instead of a pen and ink? Such decisions usually fall on the 
shoulders of womenfolk . . . unless you happen to be placing a 
portrait. Thert husbands becMne experts on art. 

There is something about a portrait, whether it be of wife or 
child, that brings out a normally unseen trait in husbands. Where 
they usuaUy are apathetic — or is it resigned ,— to their wives 
selection and placement of art, a portrait seemingly entitles them 
to an outburst of advice and suggestions and the inevitable criti- 
cisms. 

If the wife likes the portrait she is quite likely to hear such 
remarks as "It's terrible. Doesn't look at all like you. Put it in a 
closet or a back room." But if she doesn't like it then she's more 
likely to hear "It's the best likeness I've ever seen. Hang it in the 
living room." Such conflicts of taste could lead to divorce. But - 
they seldom do. The wife, rather knowingly, overcomes such 
obstacles by casually placing the portrait in a conspicuous place 
until the entire family becomes so accustomed to the painting that 
its pfaicement causes no problems. 

We have such a portrait in our house. It's an impressionistic 
oil on paper. The subject thinks it is a very good likeness — "A 
side of me^hat no one ever sees." The rest of the family disagrees 
and they have drawn the support of many close" friends. 

Fortunately, the subject had been prepared for this response' 
by the artist. During the hours they had "worked" together the 
artist often said a portrait is one type of alt that friends feel 
free to criticize. "We never think of people with their mouths 
ctosed. They are either. 'talking or laughing or smiling or eating 
wTieh we are with them so we never carry mental jMCtui^s x>f 
anyone with their mouth closed. That's why the first cHticism of 
a portrait is usually 'there's something about the mouth !" 

The sittings were most rewarding for the subject and the 
development of the portrait was fascinating. With each stroke of 
the brush the artist changed an expression or brought out a charac- 
teristic. .As the colors bknded together to create facial features, 
the subjart found it more and more difficult to stav within the 
confines of the sitting platform arvd when curiosity became all 
consuming would dash from behind the easel to see what progress 
th^ artist was making. 

It took two sittings of about three hours each but it was never 
tedkms or boring. The artist carried on an interesting and informa- 
tive conversation, varying the topics from art to the world situa- 
tion to the progress of Virginia Beach and wi to many other 
tinwly topics. At last, the artist stepped l^ck, eyed her work and 
declared it finished. 

One would have thougfit the subject was bringing a new baby 
home from the hospital when she came in with the portrait. The 
family gathered around, excitedly urged her to "hurry up, hurry 
up, let us see it." She slowly turned the painting toward them. 
Silence. Not even a gasp or an oooh or an ahhh. Just silence. 
Finally the husband spoki. 

'I d«a't loow. There's somethii^ dXMit llw mouth . . 7 " 





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faMlaatod ckildroa oaly am*M«4 to ko littinc k« tko ail^di* of ift^a^j AMmmmk Tkay wan to 
oagroMod ia tko l||l«|alc Fottival parado tkay worf awavaro of tko 



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Raater PkoUa, wko aaecoodod Caargo Brooko aa proaidoat of tko kopital koard of 
talna kk tara a* apoakaar dariag tko dadicatiea, pralaiag tka poopio of Virglaia Boack 
of forte ia aaakiac tl|a koapital a roality. 



diractera, 
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Govoraor Harriaoa gaTo kia laat Gavoraor'a Day addroaa koforo 
fko Virglaia Nationatl Guard Saturday moraiag at Camp Poadlotoa. 
Goaaral Bootko aad a Natioaal Guard uait. liaton attoatiToly. 



Ilia koavy raiaa tkat iMaguaid tko Faartk Aaaaai Maaie 
Paal|val caaeaHad ail aiarcklag oxUkitioBa oxea|»t tko graad 
W^M» lafa TkoMday af taraaea. Ja4goa, pictarod ia tk kackgrouMl, 
caa4aclad Jadgfilc ia tka aiareUag eatagory dariag Am parado. 



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la a kriof ■enoat, aa crowda^fiio tkroagk a koapitaJ kalhr^, SMhay 
) aad Hoapital Admialatrator Eari Willia (back jta aaMara) gw* j wm* -dhltr 



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25th aad BaEk, Vliaiala Beach 

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Lynn Shores Driva 

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1419 Laskln Road 
Rev. mdaoB W. Taylor 

8:30 a.m. — Worship 
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11:00 a.».r-Worship 

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6:30 p.in. — Luther LaagAt 

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PuM Ave. A Vtt. Beac^ Blvd. 
William L. Ashm. Pastw 

9:43 a.m.— Sunday School 
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POUNDRY METHOIHR 
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Virgtnia Beach Boulevard, LymhavcD 
Doaglas Ebot, pMtor 

8:45 ajn. aad 11 s.m.— vervkaa 
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4M Pirst C^saial Road 
Rav. H. Wark CiftTy, Paator 
9:45 a.in.— ClHirch School 
IIHX) a.m.— MornlM W<^di^ 
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4718 Haygood Road 
Isaos G. Loi«. Jr.. ft^or 
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Sbowa Drive at Treaaias Wand Dr. 

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Rev. FtuA D. Inaes 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Woraaip 
1 1:00 ajn.— Oiurch Scfaotd 
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Acredale — Kenopsville 
Rev. John L. KibUr, Jr. 
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WonWp Aerwiaes: 8:30 ajn., 9:45 

f^..mdn a.Ri. 

'~Mi &ii(wl for aS age groupa: 
m tm. 

, nmkm af Choich School at 

IT UB. forcUMrea op Ihrou^ 7* 

m» wd aMla. 
IMBodist VMrii Felkywahip; 7 pm. 
, to yoiMgMnile— 7<h, 8th and 9tfi 
' anMBi Ib AMor Higli Chm^ aad 

TO* 1^ up for Snior Group. 




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LVNNBAVEN MEIHOIH^ 
CHURCH 

Ltttle Neck Road 
Rav. Oscar V. RadriraM, Paster 

10:00 a:.m — Church School 
11:00 •.«.— Momis^f Wondt^ 

LEKIES METHODIST CHURCH 

sigO VirjiiMa Baa^ Blv4 

R«*. C. Satea Gray 

Early Wor^p Serviea 8:80 a.». 
Church School 8:46 a.m. 

Late Wonhip Sarviea 11:00 a.m. 
lyoth Fallowahip 6:00 p.m. 

BETHEL METHCMnffr CHURCH 

Princen Aa&a 
Roy R. Jaeksaa, Paator 

10:00 a.m. — Morning Woi^p 
11:00 A.M.— Church School 

PLAZA METHODIST CSUKM 
^ 208 Plaaa Trntt 
Hcfbart G. Rflbba, Matar 
9:45 ajD.— Cbuich Scioal 
11:00 ajn.— Wonhip Servin 
7:00 pm— Youth FeUoi^l|| 

ARAOHA BAPTIST CHURCH 

Now Maattaf la Louisa Lnsferd 

Eleaaatary Scheal 

N. C. O^irrOH, Pastor 

di:43 a.m.— Sunday School 
11:00 a.n.— Mon^ Worship 
6:30 p.m.— TraWMT Union 
7:30 p.m.- IvaniMlVoriAip 
7:30 p.m.— Wad. Aayar liaatiag 

. ST. PBAMCIS' 
BPI8CG9>AL MittlON 
9m, caqtea B. 







10:15 a^.'^Ckan* School 
11:15 a4B.-«Hoafaag WonUp 

OAULammioafAL cmmca 

mi aa« Pa^fifr-GAS-sm^ 
na ttif. iriiiiini Uriulf, nrtai 
8 a.at— -Holy Comasaataa avary 

Sunday 
10:00 a.m.— Morning prayer and 
BarmoB. (Holy Gonir 
aiaaioB avary 4Qk S«a* 
day.) 
10:00 a.m.— Irt Sunday Holy 

Communion 
10 a.m. — Church School Classea. 
10:00 a.m. — ^Thursday Holy 

Communion 
10:30 a.m. — Healing Service 

(HLD DONATION 
EHSCOPAL CHURCH 

449 Witch Duck Road. Bayrida 

8:00 am. — Holy Communion 

(Except during rector's vacatiBB) 

10:00 a.|n. — Momuig Prayer and 

SwmoB (Hc^ Omnmunioa oo 

fiat SBBdwr af a«A BKniHg 

EMMANUEL EPISCOPAL 
CHURCH 
US Bowman Road 
Rav. ^Mihw R. HeGii^y, Ractor 
8.-00 A.M. — Holy CommunioB 
10:00 A.X.— HolV CoamuniM 
(IAS Son.) 

Mwninf Pniyw (% A i Sun J 

Church S^ool follows the 10:00 

A.M. Sarriea. Noraary serviea ia 

availabla. n 



PRIWX OF PEACE 
LUTHERAN CHURCH 

. (Missouri Synod) 
~ «M lOap Graal Road 
Rev. J. Ehner Medley, Pastor 

8:00 a4n. — Divine Worship 

9:15 a.m. — Sunday &:tool ai^ll 

Bible Claas. 7 

10:30 ajn.— Divinie Worti|p[*!;«*^ 
Holy Communion — lil ^t Sii 
Sunday. 

r S7?r6^ GRAm' 

ni^YIERIAN CHUBCS 

(Near m aa tiag in lbs Kii^s On^ 
EloBcntary School) 
R^anad C. nktea, F 
9.50 a.m.— Susday School 
11:00 aA.— Momiag WorsUp 

BAfV^PRESBYTCailAN 
CRUBCH 

Na«r RcrijUna Ooiner 
■av. I. B> Johnsoa, Pastor 

9:45 »A.— Stotay School 
ll:tiU a A.— Momma Wonhip 

IBiOJA TMNTTY 
Pra^YTERUNCHURCa 

How meeting is the 
TfeaHa Elnnentary School 
InrlBg R. Stobbi, Miaialsr 
9:30 a.ra.— Mondng Woral^y 
l0-<45 ajBv— Church School ^ 



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RoscoioiA Road aad Plaza Trail 

WsBia I. MlUcr, Mhuator 
9:4| a^.— iNnday Scfaod 
U.^W ajn.— Thiirch SenHca/ 
LYNNHAVBN 
PRESBYTERLiN CHURCH 
Lynnhaven Village 
Rav. Markw R Webb, Jr., MiRtai« 
9:45 ajn.-.-Church SdMtA 
11 KM) a.m. — M<Hiiing Worship 
6:30 pjn.— Youth FellowshH) 
6:30 p.m. — Pioneer FeUowahlp 
7:30 p.m.— Evenmg Wonhip 

CHRIST PRESBYTISIAN 
CHURCH 

1200 AragMm Boulevard 
M. BlaBd Dudley, MiaMw 

8:30 a.m.— Wonh^ and Cbardu 

School 
9:30 a.m.— Worship and Oauch 

School 
11:00 ajn.— Worriiip mi Cbuich 

Schooi 



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Country Cured Bacon, Hams A Shouldan 

Fresh Fruite, Vegetablai, 

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HamUa OS A Raflalng ica. 

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FIRST PRESBYTERLiN CHURCH 

John S. Lylos, Pastor 

Pacific Avenue at 36th Stiaet 
9:45 a.m.— Chureh School 
11:00 ajn. — ^Morning WorsWo 
Nursory Service Providad 



609 RiMement Road 
_ VMaia Bawh, Va. 
9:15 aj|.-^CIiim<i ^mwI 
10:13 •4fi.~Wbnb|p Sarviea 
Neiaaty ftcmtd 



8:00 aA.»-||oty Communioa 
9:00 a.m..~#amlly Service asd 

M«iilM Pra^ (3rd Suaday 

Holy Oirnnunkw) 
11:00 ajsk—Moramg ftuw, aeraioa 

(1st Soniay Holy OmnawdoiO 

8T.*raCBQI48 
,■ CA-rapUC CHURCH 

Suaday Maasas 1:30 aad 10:M ajn. 
CoirfMBooK 4 to 64».m. Satioday 

B si Wim ; Alta 9-M aja. Mosaa 



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7^ 8KJ0, 9:00, 10:0^ 1 1^ IfOO 

Hriy bays, tm, nm. mCW 

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CenStmuMs, 4:00.b> 5:00 wd 7:00 to 

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CALVARY PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 

First 9nA. Glenrock, Norfolk 
E. CroweD Coohy, Pastor 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
11:00 a.m.— Morning WorsUp 
6:30 pjn.— What-Note PUIowahIp 
6:30 p.m.— Pioneer Fellowahip 
«:30>»»-— Young People'i FeBow- 



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^CHURCH OF G<N> 

^ 620 1441 Straet 
BtMf H. Amis, Paator 
9:45 A.M.— Sunday School 
11:00 A.M.—MomiM Wgnfate 
7:30 A.M.— Evodiw Worife^ 

AfflEMBLY OP GOD 

Vinpua BMach Borievaid 
East Lane — Ooeaaa 
iter. Samael D. Bdlar, Ar., 
9:45 a.m.— Church School 
llfOO a.m.— Momlmt Wocdiu 
7:30 pjn.-^va^dkfc Sersloa — 

mrmoonAL 

CHURCH OP CmBR 

15th St ani Baltk An. 
ENaad Ken, Pmm 
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#t«t works, S) vHndshietd washer, 9J stainless steel bumpers, trim 
and wheel covws, 10) child-proof safety locks, 11) wall-to-wall 
*WPft«»HJ throufltiji^, fven in the trunk, 12) pull-down center arm- 
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CAIUKIW BAPTIST CHUftCH 
ttmw. GARY B. THOMPSON 
MiAi»t«r 

9:46 •.!». — Sunday Sehod 
1V:00 ••». — Wonkip Strrlea 

8:45 p.iB.— Vmmt Scrrte* 

6:30 p.m. — Ttmiidnir Unioa 

»:43 a.!!! — Sun^^ Siftod 
11.00 mm.—iionipg Wonci# 

7:30 p.Bi.— FvftoteiiHc So^m 



KMA CHinCM 09 

Cr««d», Virginia Beack, Vi 
W. T. WMv«r, Miaitter 
iO:00 a^.— Wbto Sotod 
11:00 ajn.— Mom^ W<aiM» 
6:45 ^outh Profram 
7:30 p«.— £v«ohi4 Wor^ 



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CHURCM or ci^m' 

1460 Va. Beach Blvd.. OcaaM, f «. 
Roy N. WiUo.. Mlabtar 

10.00 a.iTj.— Bihlc audy 
11:00 a.ffl. — Morniiit WonMp 
?:00 p.m. — Eveninr Womhlp 



FIRST CHUSCH OF CHRIST 
SClENTiyr 

209 - 20th St 
11:00 ajn.— OHindi Servica 
"■on Pin.— WedoMdty SatHea 



feimites 

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coMMtmmr camicii 

E. MeOiM«h, TkJM« 
Da Pont arela, Baijnlilfc ¥1. 
9:45 ajn.— mMe Sefaod 
11.00 a.ai.— Mommi mnMs 
?:30 p.Bi.~Fai^ m^ Snvto 



VIRGINIA BEACN SUN, Thursday, June 24, 1965 



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Oceana Lions Club Installation 



VIRGINIA SKACH 
OOMMlJNrrY CHAPia, 

. U^iB Rd, Ikmm Ray 
Rav. RidMir*! WaatfiMM, PaaMr 

nmrr cmjRcn or c^mvr 
k^inuMuv cRiuvriAN 

CHURCM 

111 LoixNi^ Ave., B^nqr Ifwiot 
Vlilfak 6mA, Va.^ 
Rav. I, nadtarldl hp^w 
9:45 a.fli.— Sowlajr teieil 
1 1 -m M m — «4nnii«i« Wia n Hto 
9:45 a-m.-^taKtaiy School 
11 KM) a.m. — i«foniii« Woi^ie 
l':30 a.m.— Oiildrea'a Churaa 
7:30 p.fn. — Eveafaig Servioa 




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Of aS avaflabte mtoBaa, modem flameless emtnl aiiNOonditioning is 
tiM HMgt 6e^aa3m6, cobIs the least to iKiy, inatall and opo^te. It 
nq^dKB kffl service lieeaoK there are fewer moving parts. It takes up 
mtii^ lass qpooe^ amhes leas imise, keej^ your home cleaner, 
fn^ier, bearer. And increases your home's resale value. For a free 
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GbpdKtkaiiQg OGBtraetoc. (He's listed in the YeUow Pages.) Then get 
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LTNNHAVEN COLONY 

UNITED CHVRCH 

(Coagrt^ati^Ml Ckriatlaa) 

CrMt N9«li RsadI wmmr Skara IH. 

Tka Aav. Ilo. H. AHttaa. Mlahtar 

9:46 a.in. — Charch School 

11:00 a.m. — Morning Wor^ip 

7:80 p.m. — Pilirrim Fellovahip 

Ntt.'W'Hrf for amall childran 



PEMMIOn HANOI 
UNTTED CHURCH 

(CMgrtoiiaHy CMMaa) 

Maetina to PembPirica Muor 

Ekmentafy Sdiod 

Rav. Cki^rlaa F. Ptgnm, MMttm 

9:}0 ajn.—Cliarch School 
10:30 a.m.--Wonhlp 

Nunery at all aervlcaa 




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ST. AIDAN'S 

EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

Klat'a Grant RdU A EdUakargk Dr. 

Sladbr 341.4730-«ffica 340-t4M 

Ra». L. J. Tajriar, Jr., Vkar 
10 a.in.— 

Holy Commanion Ist A Srd Son. 

SComing Prayer other Sundays 

Cthurch School concurrent with 

Fanaily Sarriea 

PSIE^fDS MEETINO 

iQtiakeri 

LaiidnRd. 

-ft# «JB.— aimday School 

41.-00 ajn.— Mecftlat for Meniaa 

Hfnrjhin 

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tr. MARK A.M.B. CHURCH 

Ocearn 
f Rav. D. P. Faltoa, L _ 
9:30 ajB.— Sunday Sebool 

11.00 a.ni.— Wonhip Servka^ 

DIAMOND SPRlNItt . 
CHRISTIAN CHURCH 
TJiKtfkt of ChrbM 
6700W. Haden Road 
Near LMk Cnak Ferry 
G. I^fM nuaflfaa. Paatav 
1:45 a.m.— Wwriilp Serviua 
9:45 a.m.—Sunlay ScbotL=^ 
11:00 a.nB.— Worahi^ SerHog 
6:30 pjn.— Youdb Oroupt 

lAYSIDBCHRBnANaiUIKS 

. (Ooomaitioeal) .. 
Shom Drive and Oriceflweg R<nm1 

Eail L. Itenl. MfaAlar 
9:45 «.m.— Wonbtp Se^vtoa 
9:45 a.ffl — Soadmj Sobool. 

n-flft a.m.— W<tfiiHH> VfV«t» • 



WYCLIFFE PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

Naw Maatiav A* 

Jaha B. Day ElamaaUry Scko^ 

J. StaatvM Biala. Faator 
Morning Wor8hip-^10:00 A.lf. 
Chnrch School— 11:16 A.liv 



Rof DaHart (rifkl) is 
caranoBM held racantly at tli« 



tk« Oc*«m« Liaaa Clab tA 
it Harold Parks, Distrkt 



pictarad k«ing iastalUd as prasidant of 
Cap« Coleajr Cluk. Installation officer 
G«v. 24D, conKratHlatiag DaHkrt. Otkar officers installad wera Homar CvnniackaB. firat 
pratidaat; Bill Yow, sacrataryt Bill Hastiaft, traas«rari Ted Todd, directer; Geor|a Peflaakay*^ 
diracteri George Crispin, lien tanari Cameron Mvadaa, latl twitter; and Hnrry Etmn, #raal«r. 
Als« present wete Masray Malbon, outgoing pretidenti and Jin Fridley, deputy district gov. 

(Vyyta Fka«^ 



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Va. Camellia 
Society E[ecU^ 

NORFOLK ** Hugh L. 
Vaughan is the newly elected 
president of the Virginia Cam<;I- 
lia Society, succeeding E. T. 
"Teddy" Peszold. Vaughan, who 
had been ^rving as second vice 
president, was elected recently 
at the first meeting of die iKw 
Board of Directors. 



CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 

(Consarvativfl Baptist) 
Rav. Parbr Yeaag 

220 Red Tide Road 
Lynnhatcn Colony 
10:00 ft.ni. — Sunday School^ 
11:00 a.m. — Morning Service 
7:80 pjn. — Evening Service 
7:30 p.in. — Wednesday Evening 



Other officers elected were 
Eugene M. Worrell for first vice 
president succeeding C. C. Ma- 
son; Reaj' Admiral Lester O. 
W<wd was elected second vice 
president; and A. F. Schafhirt 
was re-elected to the pMition oi 
secretary-treasurer. 

Incoming directors elected by 
tlic membership for four year 
terms are Alan J. Hofheimcr, 
Alison J. Parsons, and Eugene 
M. Worrell. New directors elec- 
ted for two year terms are C. C. 
Mason. W. D. Mason, and Rear 
Adm. Lestor CT^Wood (USN 
Ret.) Holdover directors for one 
remaining year are Frederic 
Heutte, Harry L. Miller, A. F. 
Schafhirt, Charles F. Urquhart, 
Hugh L. Vaughan, and Bernard 
H. Woltsr. Ex-officio members 
of the .Board are E. T. Penzold, 
by virtue of being past president, 
and Dr. J. M. Mabel, Jr., by 
virtue of his office as state Di- 
rector of the Amerjcaij, fiMWil^jai t 
Society. . - "^ 

In other business, the Bc»rd 
set the time of the 1966 Garnet 
lia Show for March ^I^^Mli^' 
to be held at M^flMte; 
Gardens. 



The Mixing Bowl 

iy. LUeiLi CLAIHC 

Virginia Beach SUN Food Editor 




Keep a Handyman Dad 
Happy at Lunchtime 




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,^^Wl»en D»d g^ts out the tool 
'ipox on a Saturday, make quick 
plans to aerva a lunch to re* 
plenish the "set-up-and-go" he 
enends in the morning chores. 
Coined dry soup mixes are a 
peat starter. Now available ia 
brightly colored single cans, 
homemakers can stock up on all 
of their favorites (there are 
i^yea kinds). Canned beef dry 
adup mix ia a real he-man spe- 
del, especially wh6n bits of 
tUnly sliced cdery and dieed 
earrots are added. Serve it for 
Saturday lunch accompanied by 
• hard roll, tall glass of milk, 
•nd • cntnchy apple crisp deaaert. 



Some quick and easy luncheon 
treats are always welcomed by 
Dad after a busy morning in the 
yard or in his workshop. 

EASY CHILI 

% cup chopped onirni 

% cup chopped green pepper 

1 lb. ground beef ^ 

% cup shortening 

1 teaspoon salt 

1 tablespoon chili powder 
% teaspoon paprika 

2 cups tomatoes 

2% cups kidney beans 

Saute onions and green pep- 
per and beef in the shortening, 
in a heavy skillet. Add season- 
ings and tomatoes, cook over 
low heat for 1 hcwr. Add kidney 
beans the last IS minutes of 
cooking, serve hot. 

CRAB BURGERS 

1 'cup flaked crab m^t 
V* cup celery, cut fine 

2 tablespoons finely chopped 
onion 

% cup shredded or grated Ched- 
dar cheese 
H cup mayonnaise 

Combine all ingredients, 
spread on buttered halved ham- 
tmrger buns. Broil until bubbly 



MANbYMAirS LUNCftl 

14 cup thialy dked I 

1 tabhq>ooa buttw oc j 

1 caa(2%oiiaee8)lM|rf4i^i 

mix •TC*si'3 

5^ soup cans (Se^s) etdflmltf' J 
% cup diced cM)ked carr^ 
il taUespooa ch<vped paniv . 

In saucepan, eoolc mSfUfi 
ter until tender. AH mmC 
Gmdnany Uend imrattfe 
until smooth. Brinif tvlMA, i 
ring often, ParttalljreQiMif: i 
mer 10 minutes, i^tfiiur 
and then. Add carrots i^| 
ley; heat, stirriag. 
4 servings. 



and lightly brown. Put tiieA'fM 
in hot oven and Oen MdGh 
broiler for few minutes. 
4 servings. 

lUMBO PIZZA SANDnroa 

1 loaf Vienna bread 

% cup chopp^ olives 

% teaspocm salt 

V^i teaspoon oregano ^ 

1 minced garik clove 

2 tablepsoons finely chof^ied 
chives 

1 lb. ground beef 
y^ cup Parmesan cheese 
1 6 oz. can tomato paste 
1 8 oz. pkg. sliced American 

cheese 
14 thin slices of tomatoes 

Cut bread in half lehgdiwse. 
Combine all ingredioits enot^ 
tomatoes and sli^d Amo^wi 
cheese. Saute few miont^ 
Spread over each hatf kntf ei 
bread — cover to edgN. AniMM 
7 slic^ of tomato over evAi l^C 
Place on codtie sheet and M^ 
at 350 degrees for IS "timrtM 
Remove from oven utd wMM 
tomato sliciKt with ite» Ol 
cheeM. Return to <i^m t$t * 
minu^ R»afi«e iflA _ 
servii^ (tf me dedta^^ 
hot. 



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JiM »i-l) dreiMd girl of ttxJhy often Wiev« th« v«rtoty to 

■ """^ be adfieved wccetsfully throufft sirinfat use of wtactt- 

sties <»i *M fife «nd interest to an c*ferwise Art of 

They are chosen for ihtk be«a^ in de^^ tntf 

Iks for their wefuhi^s, 

i comi^tc • OTStwne md oq^ess the perswwHty and 

ti«t of the mtAftt. They hichide Ntts, sho«, 

taiAdbags, s<arv«; jewelry, beKs, InncBrtKhiefi, 

flowers, perfnme tM ctrfhr arKi caff rtb. Acc«- 

sorfes otfi prore ^tly if tlwy are iJood for wily 

owe or two wanfitq^. You will ehocae more wiiriy 

if yoo heed the fonowindf fashion hint*. 

Qoi^s never should be conspicuous. Th^ 
ihwld fft wdi and be comfort^e. For mm 
basic dresses and suits the best choice of %\oym 
j* a. n^tral or AMrtchhif cc^r. Bright-cotored 
gkrres to ertch bright shoes mk} teg only c^ 
irttetttion to the hands and jfiv* « sprtted effect 
to the costume. When gloves match ft brf^ 
Mrt/ flie kjf^ is heM within the boundary lirws of the 

Sen selecting a hat you dfiould remember that th* #Ml!h artd 
of a i»t should be in balance with your face and f^^ure 
p^wf^ns. Hori»intal and curving lines round and broaden your 
face and figure. Vertical lines lengthen and slenderize your face and 
iigure. Diagonal lines hdp to diminish bad features — for example, 
<i s^MTc t^Vk tiat is too i^omiiKnt. The cobr of the hat nuist 
hifttma^et with the rest of the cortume. but not necessarily match. 
Select a hat in about the rame quality range as your- suit or dress 
n» thM neither cme cheapois the other. 

T^ hand^^ for strwt or travel should be durable, simple in 

'" «arf as large as the proportion of the individual allows. The 

•^ of the fwse should harmonize with tlw reirt of the coirtame 

€^St same as ^at of the shoes. Bags in lizanl, calf, patent, kid 

anil ^imc are used for street or travel, 

^$hoes also simuld indicate the purpose of the costume. The 
' Or tra^ Aoe is tailored and of duhiUe tfiaterial. It is 
[!y be^ to select a medium heel plain |»imp for street w«r. 
I, if they fit md are well-made, p^t you in the inood for happy 
living and %nre you well if traced kindly. 

I^welry for die street or travel should be pearls, eium^l 
.•o^MHn, jet, plain gold or silver; not glistening sttmes. One 
ciMtee y ie c f •f jewelry gives smut accent to a simple costume. 
When When more thM one piece of jewelry is worn, the pieces 
sh^ld ht reia^ in texture and type. If gold is used in earrings, it 
irii^d a^ear in necklaces or brte€l6fs. Gold aind spver n^^ be 
canWiwd in (Sk same d^%n, bat tfiey clash when in separate 
pi«s*s. 

If ytm follow these sini|Je fcinte when seledtfng your acces- 
sory you win find that you have developed more variety in your 
drwi and you have ad^ Hfe and hitefe^ to ccBtnnws which 
nii^ otherwise be Atf or tinsonie. 



Sil^ Anniversary of 'Lost Colony* 



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TUt b 'Ika Sttli pr*4iieti»ii tMaMi «t "Tlitt LmI Colony" outdoor trina, |^rM«%tirl «<#«ry 
»r — fXMpI for fear World War II yoar* — •iaca 1937 ia the Waterside Theatre at Fort 
RiJaigii, Ml Xoaaok* lakia^ near Manteo, N.C. Op«iki»f nitlit i« Friday, June XS and tbe plar mile 
tkr«afk Soi^onbor 8. PorforataBces are acltadulad aightly except Sunday at 6:15 (EST). Joe Layton 
(Wft tea*t ia tJio pictvnia of tho Watortido Tkaatro) ia the Director-ckoreofrapher. He it a famo4 
BrMuUrar •»' taUviMMi tlMatra artiaaa. "TIm Loat Colony waa written by Paul Green of Cbapal 
rai^^Mj£. <ri«ht isMt). S^naa.-wMl Isiiiiiiiiif ckaractart froM th« 




4-H Adivhirt 
dnd Events 



Tree Piantlii|[ 
Largest Ever 




"Tei'ritoiy is but the body of a nation — the pec^e who 
inh^t iti) hffls fad valleys are its soul, its spirit, its hfe." > — 
GartjeH 

Hdk} i«ifai, I teve been asked by many of tat Oub members 
and hoidn's how we can increate enfollment i^ tihe 4-H Chite of 
the p^ of Virginia Be^rh. There are many ways tfut it oin be 
<k)Mi,^ to to b^t way is for 4-H Oub members to tell other 
pa(^[Al wtat tjiey are doing and why they enjoy doing it 

Be Pnmd To Be a 4-H Club Member 

Let people fcaww that y<m are a member of tbe 441 Chibs, 
which have more tfan (fifiOO members in ttie State <»f Virgmia, 
and more than 2,000,000 in the United States. 
Also that there are 76 countries around the 
World that have 4-H type o!^ni»tions. Be 
proud to wear thfe 4-H emblem of the dwtr and 
its green and white c»tors. Never hesitate that 
while 4-H hdps young people learn to become 
tt^ful and desirable citizens, it also is a bt of 
fun. 

Any Young Person Can Join 4-H 

Let your fri«ids know that the Only re- 
. ^ quirements for 4-H Club n^bership are that 

C, R, 1^ you be between 10 Mid 19 yoirs of age and that 
ymi i^ee to undertake at least one pfoject. 4-H meMb^fsht]^ is 
i»t limited to tfiose young people who live on a farm. 
Projects to Suit Every Interest 
Do your triends think of 4-H projects as just being the live- 
siicfc atiHcI field crops, or cooking and sewing? Tell them about 
the automfttive pwject, photograi^iy, Home Grotmds beautifica- 
tiwi, electrfcity, dog care, room and home improvement, smalt 
»w>Wrt, giS0d %taomng, forestry, gardening, and matQ' others'. 

4-H Is Fun . ( 

Let the young people in your neighborhood know about the 
r«T^tional and social iKtivities of your Qub and Oty. Tell them 
id»ut the c<»koute, be^h parties, dances, camps, and educational 
tour* T»11 tluin hew recreatiwi is a part of every 4.H Club meet- 
ing mf friends know tfiat as club members you plan most 
of your own ^^*ivities and preside at your mMtings, 

Vxtenm^ Ser^e Helps to 4-H 

an surdy tell them of the help you receive from the 

ision ^rvice, in the #ay of Iwlpful pamphte^ and in 

If. 10^ should be infomi(»l that the Extension 

fvi^ IS ^ked up by the resources of the state colleges and the 

r&iM ExtensipH Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 

ler edwatioitai and research agencies of Ae state 

acrai gyyer»ient. 

4-H Is For Eitryone 

adults can get involved in tht prc^am. They can 

donal, »aivity or proj«:t (subjart matter ) leaders. 

can ena>ur^e their children tn accept more 

:" \'* not beatg from the country stop ycwr 

1 Cl^ -rnKk, Help them W join to&y. 

COMING EVENTS 

Stale 4'H S^ort Course. VPI 

kat20iWrt:ers, 4:ft> Pjl 
tor 4-rt Cant^ Citti^ ft&if, Va. ieifli. 



PORT^VWJUTH — The 1964 
-65 planting season was the big- 
g«t on record for the Ports-^ 
nwuth District, oi the Vii^inia 
Dlvisiras of Foftstiy. TrM teeA- 
nng sales soared to a hi|^ of 
94'0,0O0 swings, m<Mt <rf whieh 
weh lobloljy pine. 

The Portsmouth EHstrict han- 
dles sMcfling sales for refores- 
tatk)n purimses in the counties 
(rf 'Namemond, Isle of W^t, 
Aecom»;k, Northampton and 
the Cities <rf Chesapeake and 
Virginia Beach. 380,000 lob- 
lolly jMitcs were planted in Nan- 
scmond; 179,500 in Isle, of 
W^fcf; 265,000 in Accomack; 
56,000 in Northampton; 38,500 
in Chesapeake; and 12,000 in 
Virginia Beach. 6,500 red cedar 
and 1,000 yellow poplar seed- 
Itntgs were also planted in the 
DSstrict. 52,763,000 of all spe- 
cies were planted in Virginia 
during die 1964-65 season. Ap- 
proxwictely 44,000,000 were 
planted last season. 

F(M«sters with the Virginia Di- 
vision of Forestry give private 
landowners technical a^istance 
|or the . reforestation of pieir 
lands. Federal cost-share assist- 
aiKe is also available through 
the Agricultural Conservation 
Program as m incentive to (un- 
serve timber resources. To re- 
ceive cost-sHare assistance, ap- 
plication is made jit the county 
Agricultural Stabilization ana 
Conservation Service office. 
50% to 80% of the cost of estab- 
Ibhing a forest is shared by 
the ACP. 



FRATERNITY INITIATE 

VmClNtA B^AiCii — Ter- 
n R. G$m^eT <U Virginia 
Beach ii one of eu^t new in- 
itiates IMp S^du limta F^i, hon- 
orary athletic fraternity at Vir- 
l^nia Tech. ^ 



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a house or apartment left unoccupied during sum- 
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mum. LINCOLN CONTMNtALS 



Farmrs Help 
OoRsnte Wsttr 

Drastfc KttrKtionf M Ab 
utt of '#iter hi New Vorit City 
have ^ain ceiitored atlhtioa 
OB iKe eoiiitf\nMi(m ef Ms Bat- 
umi ^Cioufce. , 

Farmen, coop^at^ wifli 
t^ K>il aad wrter (XM^tva- 
tica districts, aie <k)ing nuuny 
things to ccMiterve water. Oty 
and urban residents can do like- 
wise, it was stated this wc;* by 
T«h F. mx^crm, fcifte ttm- 
^TvatTOMst, U.S. iM OAscT- 
vw^m S^ske, imaqatsta^ at 
RkhMoH Vfffinia. 

**CoB^^a «ori done oa 

U^ttt ^Siamv^ ^t ate dty 
m i#Mft ^tof^t," M^ooritt 
%aS. f^am df Ac water tte^ 
cMiMve «iii te in city rber- 

4l #tterffq{ hwrw nid ^- 
oWs, NK^^wriiJ pdnted dtfi, 
CM bt eareferl in afv- 
flo BBob #Mer i6aA M 

'at^ thnrt's sffowed to nm 




VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, June «4, 1965 



Pa|^54 



HttRMCME SEASON NOT TO U 
DREADED; TAKE PRECAUti 




ttm iirdett ma |t#te ^ fte . .Htwever. mosf insurance pel 
sim tt #i4Wd,- IS^^. Wt^ttte f cs do not cover damage caused 
^. "iMtrntt le«y fc«*fta^4g-*«v« wash risn^ water and 
tmtim^^^hl" flboding, the Association said 



r^a^^^^^ the 

moss, wood chips and salt marsh 
liay, comerves water by Iceeping 
the khI cool and rctarmng evap- 
oratitMi, Mr. McGourin pointed 
out 

OAer omservation measures 
used on the larm can be a^lini 
to v^na gstdens in miniature, 
Iw sailL — — — — — 



Of Intereit to urban aftd 6lty 
people are two p^lications: 
"Soil Conservation At Home," 
and *^V(^ater Facts". Copies may 
be obtained at any local Soil 
Conservation Service crfftce or by 
writing to the SCS State OBkc, 
400 North Ei^ Street, Rich- 
diond, Vtrginia. 



NEW YOrac — Hurricane 
seacon ha^ rolled ardund i^ain, 
and during the summer ^nd ear- 
ly fall ^rsoiu living in the At- 
iMtic Seaboard states ani on 
tte Gulf Coast should look aloft 
to the weather and keep weather 
forecasts in mind, the American 
Insurants As^)ciati<m advised 
todAy. 

Summer vacationers at sea> 
side rnorts in particular thcnild 
remember that the nemwl 
course of hurricanes is up the 
Atlantis coast and precSBtions 
should be taken for personal 
safety if a hurricane threa^ns. 

A hurricane warning system 
already has been set up in Mi- 
ami, Florida by the United States 
Weather Bureau to keep con- 
stant watch for storms aad to 
track their courses. 

iMt year there were six hur- 
ricanes, and four of these moved 
onshore causing heavy property 
damage, jnuch of whidi was cov- 
ered by insurance. 



Three of the 1964 hurricanes 
struck Florida. They were Cleo 
on August 26, (insured damage 
$65 mBlion); Oora on SeptCAi' 
ber 10, (insur^ damage $12 
million); and Isbel on October 
14, (insured damage $2 million). 

Anodier hurricane, Hilda, 
struck the Louisiana coast on 
October 3 causiBg insured lo^es 
totaliog $25 oaiUKifi. 



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VIRGINIA BEACH — Mks 
Peggy Holt Coleman rwet^Jy 
coippleted few flreshman yew 
at Mount Vernon Junior College 
and has been named to the 
Dean's List 

9ie a the ilnwMer of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. E. Ifi^rt d At- 
Itirtic Aveme. 



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Luxury cv buyars traditfon^ take dai|vtry of thalr ntw cart 
ear^ in tha yaar. for Ms raa»n wt iiavt an unliiuay fJne 
•toclf of pravkHiffy owned Confntntais In Nkaniaw eeii«1ioA, 
Ittia mora than nicaly broka n In. Our staff ef amaaila tawe 
rastorad thwn to prtma eondi^Mfi, and M ara pn^im tNm 
to offar impressi^^ aa^ngs. You wiN find M a larf oj^iomiiQ^ 
to move up to (^nttnental quality and luxury it i ^rfMyoM 

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HiMS storms hit tibe Doked 
States ^f two years — 1^2 
and 1963 — in whkh then 
were M) hurrrcanes to strike om 
coast. 

A iranicane is a tropical 
storm, ot tr^ical cyclone, car- 
rying sustMned wInA of over 
75 mftra per hour, in veloiity. 

In Ae last 5^ years, 96 hur- 
ricanes reached tne continental 
United States^ an average at al- 
most two a year. 

In each of torn ^ears — 1916, 
1933. 1954 and last year — 
the Unit^ States mainland was 
hit by four hurricanes. 

One of the most costly hurri- 
canes from the stan^int of 
property damage in the past doz- 
en years was Hurricane Carol, 
which struck New York (Long 
Island), New Jersey, and sev- 
eral New England states in 1954. 
After this storm, insurance com- 
panies paid $129,70O,(»0 in 
losses. 

Alio, in 1954, Hitfrfcane Ha- 
zel swept up the Atlantic coast 
causing insured losses totaliiM 
$122,050,000. 

In 1961,* Carta rushed into 
Texas and Louisiana causing in- 
sured property damage losses 
totaling $100,000,000. 

Back in 1957, Audrey streck 
the Gulf Coast and caused 395 
fatalities, although insured prop- 
losses were only $32,000,- 



Since then, hurricanes have 
taken some lives each year, but, 
thanks to advance warning by 
hurricane wau^hers the loss of 
liife has been much smalfer. 
„Ti»e wcrt twfi hnrricaiie ft 
talities in 1958, 24 in 1959, 65 
in 1960, 46 in 1961, four in 
1962, 11 in 1963, and 49 last 
ye«f. 

Obviously specific, precau- 
tions shoo^ be taken wli^ a 
hurricane Areatens, because a 
windstorm blowing at more than 
75 miles per hour can pack a 
lethal punch. 

HURRICANE ,^:--^- 
PRECAimONS _ 

Wwl ib do befoR a Stoilis '""^ 

• If a ^orm threatens any- 
wfere tronfihe CaribB^II u^ the 
U3. mainland, your radio or 
:e(evision set| will give you the 
latest information from the 
Weather Bureau. When a hurri- 
cane is born, U.S. Weather Bilr- 
jau observers usually track it 
before the storm hits the con- 
tinent. Observation planes are 
sent up to fly around and 
through the storm to gather first 
h«Kl information as to the in- 
tensity of its winds. W^n a hur* 
ricaiM appears to be moving; 
toward land, radio and televi> 
sipn stations wUi^a&k ja jydtb 
special bulletins telling of its 
position ahd the direction it is 
movii^. Your newspaper will 
also keep you informea, 

• If you have a battery-fx)w- 
ered radio, keep it equipped with 
fresh batteries for use in an 
emergency because hurricanes 
frequently knock (k)wn electric 
iransmission lines, causing power 
failures. 

• If you live or are vaca- 
ticming near a seashore, go in- 
land H a hurricape is about to 
strike the area, and pick a place 
to stay on high ground. Hurri- 
canes ^chufn up the sea and wiien 
tney hit, beaches and low water- 
front areas may become flooded 
or swept by storm waves. And, 
high udes usually accompany 
tJiem. 

• Go inland eariy, the ex- 
perts advise, if your passage to 
safety is' over a road that is 
likely to be under water with 
high tides. Rising tides fre- 
quently occur several hours bs- 
tee a hnrrieme hite, so move 
to higher land well in advance of 
the arri^l of the storm. Travel 
during a hurricane is dangerous. 

• When you leave the Ic^- 
fpitg area, take plenty ci food 
and water in thermos fa|Ot(les or 
ji^ witt you. In particub^; stock 
food that cata be eateni wthout 
cdoking. 

• It you are faced #^ rid- 
ing out a hurricane in a house 
which is well-built artf away 
from the water, that's possibly 
the best place for you to stay. 
Be sure you have a stock of food 
ample for several mea>. Steril- 
ize and fill pithers, keithes, pans, 
?nd tihermos twttles wMi water 
lor drinking — frequaiii^ the 
iKirmal water su^ly m eohtam- 
lin^ after ^taincam, Mid not 
safe for drinking. In maa;^ 



to^feu in coastal ateiR, resisienu 
al» fiH the baft tab #RI wiUt 
U« an extn supidy. > 

• St Oct food IhatiVnot only 
tma be eaum With liC(R_o^ no 
cwking, bat also food that can 
be ke{M without rftfrigeratkin. 
Y«if r^ripsrator will' not be 
workiu if the electric po^^er 
goes <m. 

• Bring into ^ house or 
store in the ga«^|S any mov^le 
items Mch as p^eb famfture. 
hiwn furniture, liwn sw^^, 
barbecue piUa, farfaaie paift and 
other objects. A lawn chair, 
picked up by huirRMie force 
winds, could easily be blowh 
through a large picture wiMow, 
possibly causing injury lo a per- 
son or persons inside the hooa. 
Movable awniq^ should eillibr 
be raised and tied securely or 
removed entirely. As a matter'^ 
course in hurrican areas, trees 
close to Iniildings should te 
kept pruned. Hurricane ^^g 
winds can blow down dsad W 
over-hanging branches, and 
when these fall, they can brerit 
window dt cati% rocff Airt^. 

• If you have atom ^Mert 
which can be put tn place over 
windows, put them up well in 
advance of the storm. Iff area* 
frequemly ripped by InnrKme, 
some homeowners have a tefe* 
vision service man take down 
TV aerials until after the blow. 
Be sure garage doors ar^ clos^. 

WHAT TO DO • 

DURING A HURRICANE 
Iteli^ a hArieeeas 

• Stay iiu^ the Mkittgw 
Keep your racto toned W Ite* 
cat station foF bolletines as IB 
wl«te the sjorm is and in whkh 
direction it it nsov^. 

• When hurricane w'mk be- 
gin blowing, one or m«e win- 
dows in the house on tte tee si^ 
^-(he side oppoite ftom whi^ 
the wiiKi is blowi^(^ — should t^ 
kept open to provkle ventihittW 
and to prevent wind damage M- 
der certain codditiou. If hurri- 
ene for^ winds slKwld blow 
a hole hi die windward side d 
the building or drive a U^ng 
object througli lim nit of the 
^use, wii^ 1kessi# Ml^^W 
opr teide tiie strac^0/^Mlr 
ever, if y<w a#a« Jmm^Mows 
on the tee side this will altow 
the pressure to eacipe and rhj 
<hice Ae possibility of having 
wind pre^ure life the reof or 
push out the walls. 

• Be cacefnl with lire, if xM 
lamps or candles are us^ t<x 
hj^th^, mrte sure duiy are not 
iff a place where they will tip 
over. 

AFTER A HURRICANE 
After a JMrntcaeei 

• Don't iMve the house,, ^> 
-eept iirex treiBe ea ^iyii^, iffltl l 

you know roads and straett we: 
clear, and free of rubbte anl 
faUm ele^ctric wires. •, .^ 

• Stay home so ymi wfll ^: 
hincter first akl or r^cue 
If you are not qualified to 
der important emergency ^j^- 
sistance, stay away from ar^ 
heavily hit by the storm. •;* 

• If you have 'to irive j^ 
automdbile lmm^<fiate^^ amr'li 
storm, drive carelully and watcl* 
for f^len wires ted u&t biaa. . 
es. Near swoDen strearitt or 
flooded inlets, keep watch for 
washouts £ind undermined p$^e- 
ments. Rescue workers aS'w^ 
as ordinary residents ^kmM 
drive witfi extreme' care atul be' 
ready to cope with any coatfai' 
gency. 

• Never, under any circun- 
stante, touch fallen or dai^Um 
power lines or electric wn-es aad 
keep away from all wires and 
steel fences. In a violent hurri- 
cane, live power lines can be- 
come entailed with metal 
fences, telephone ' and otter 
wires, and contact could be fa- 
tal. 

• If your water %rvice is 
affected, boil drinking water 
until you have been told service 
has bleen restore and your lo- 
cal Heahh Department says that 
die water is safe to drink. 

• Always be cardul wi^ 
fire during and after a storm, 
YoOT telephone service cxMld be 
dferupted b>' the hurricane, and 
ymi might find it impossible to 
phone Ae fire ctepartmcnt And< 
if you are successful in reach- 
ing the department, the responw 
of fire apparatus could l» de- 
layed if the streets are fUlri wkh 
uprooted trees, falten fioAis, or 
rubble left by tf»e storm And. if 
the water service his b^n d^»- 
aged, low water ^i^mffe coold 
make fire fightina ^^M^t. 

• Above 'all, s^p ca3m. 



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WIAI^CH SUr<t)iur$d«y, Juf» 24, 1965 
6* 




Jin Stanley Takis Ifciiiors 



JERRY LEWIS FOUND HIMSELF A NEW. GIRL — W.I!, 
|hat la til* Mak«-b*lMT« world of the meviM. !■ liU ■•« comedy, 
*tW FMBily Jawals," m Fmrmm»mmt rvkat* ia Technicolor opcNing 
Wo d— i da y St tiM BMck TlMatM, Jorry iatrodHcot to tk* icrMS 
a aaw leadinc Udy. Dobb* Hattorwortk. Sk* i» m vivacioai kra> 
aalte, only aiao ymmn aid, wka waa broutkt all tka way from 
Hatvaii to star in tka filaiu Altkaafh tko apitears in aiaeat avary 
kar jak Maaa aaay wkaa compared to Jarry'a — ka it tka 
>r aad diractM- aad yet, ka still kaa energy la pM^ray 
diffarMt 



Jirry Lewis Compiles 
Sbnguage Thesaurus 



The da^ at stow Ihiuiims 
Ms always • b^n wlorful and 
die movie makas, dowa tlatNttb 
te ^^n, have mana^ to mi 
nble hue to tl^atilcd 



$my hewn, wiw <x»lle^ In- 
«K rii&w bi»iaBis colloqaialisms, 
kM enne up with several pages 
of tniiBfial gleaned Crom the set 
<rf MJE WW Qom^y, "TIk FamUy 
Hnsiik** a huwnount leteaae 
Mtirifa^ Wednesday at the Beach 
l&HitR. Jetty has jott^ them 
4owQ m note ftmn in piepara- 
tlo^ te uft, t<x a purposed 
tfMnurai <rf dieafricd sla^ 

**In whtt aOta hmmeu wmild 
tfie yw t^ ^wHes the pl«^ 
oftftnM Bowen aroowi a aet 
he lpK>wn to «>-worken as 'Joe 
Genttum*? aafced Jerry. 

A *Joe Mmr*, for insttnce, is 
te nan wlio operates tte f^ai 
1^ aici^ei lAich w^ t^e 
tefiCBtt or nymitfactere a ^cp- 
ad hurricane at ^ Mcb of a 
switolu ^mS a oidteup man is 
kOBm^ tiJro«^(Mit &u industry 
Si a 'Sun Smear.' 

'Joe' ud 'Sam', as a matter 
ol fa^ are «(MiiiBonly-u^ first 
nunes for many aJdcaamed 
tedtaneaJ lioys. WItoa 70a hear 
M umeum direcbw yeUing for 
*loB Jt^MW^ ke's calling for 
^9^^ MBttf^^^wnber ^itto is 
amnul to turn on the artificial 
nM. And wtoi he ciUls for 
*&bi Shdver he's putting In a 
»l Cm- tte cmnpuiy kdxwer 
1^ docs most « the diggii^ 

Ttee's also ISam Smog,' Ae 
iofaiiaBr, 'Joe BruA,' the c<Hn- 
pKff suaat^, mA 'Joe Muff," 
tih0 Msup man who specializes 
fal.pMtIng artificial beards on 
d^dhte of {^aracter actors. 

Cmaedi^ Lewis says that tlw 
po|«l|K' of all ttiese ap{M-o- 



priately-named gents is the man 
who comes around once a week 
to pass out the pay checks. He's 
known throughout the industry 
as "Manny Moneybags" and al- 
ways helpwl brighten the already 
hopping set of "The Family 
Jewels," filmed in T«:hnicolor. 



IfAVY Sehedules 
Sitrts Shows 

Wticffmet spcnto fans will be 
Mfled to a variety of sporting 
Mla^iQisa Sunday (June 27) as 
W4VY-TV <I0) presents an 
(^MaflKUng array of prc^ram- 

Maaing at 4:00 p.m , TV 
lO^wiU Recast the "Indian- 
1^^ ^Xr, the official film of 
iM^h^ed Armorial Day classic. 
TMl tttStv minute colorcast will 
t^&at fM tim pre-race activit- 
1^1^ eadtm? tiim triak and 
te VaitM **50(r b historv. 
TUs will te te fintt showing of 
te rtcinf! fltatt ia Tidewater. 

MiWiMr at 4:30 and con- 
timiM Wtfl 6:30 o.m., the 
wind-nn of te National Opsn 
Oolf Owmpionghip will hf. col- 
orcast Hve from the Bellerive 
Country Cub in St. Louis. NBC 
camera v^l omcentrate on the 
IStli ttmtach te Igth toles. 
Jim Simnson. Bud Palmer. Paul 
^riiimaa and Bill Mazuc will 

-«Mle te action. Thi$ is the 

•t National Open to be t^ 
vised in color. 

At 6:10 n.n). WAVY-TV will 

present **NBC Sooits Tn Action" 

wiA host Jim Simwon. TTiis 

pf»4«ped colorcast will featm-e 

a ifpMwtri of the classic ^n^rts 

nv(»*«' »^**ween Army and Naw 

c natch and an ^- 

e classic hata^ mx^ 

id Hunt Cup 0^^" 



Club AnMimces 
SuMner Agenda 

VIRGINIA BEACH — "Vir- 
ginui Beach's Most Excitii^ 
Night Qub," The Shadows, iM 
and Atlantic, announces its 1965 
Festival of Folk Entertainment, 
featurii^ tqp folk and popular 
artiste: 

Now thro June 27— -The Gate- 
w«y Trio; June 29 ttira July 11 
— The .flatttiK Jujw 13-2$— 
The Highwaymen; Juty 27 tou 
Aug. g— Ian & Sylvia; Aug. 10^ 
29— Joe & Eddy; Aug. 31 thru 
S^. 13 — The Lettermen. 

Tl» above «;ts alternate 
nightly wWi Tidewater's only 
daiKnng-discotfieque and movies 
and te <w«dtly winner of te 
Vii^inia B^»:fa Hootenanny Fes- 
ti^ and Cbnt^t, whkh a held 
every Monday evening at The 
Shadows.! 

T^ Shadows opens itightly st 
7:30 p.m. for two full shows 
Sunday teough Thursday eve- 
nlngs and tiirM perfomiances on, 
Friday and Saturday, including 
te Midnight Coffee Shows. 
Reservati<n)s: 428-S68S. 

ADVISOR IN PA. 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Col- 
onel William Davis of 3216 
Lorton Court has been appointed 
to te Admissions CouncU of 
Carnegie Tech, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
He wUl serve as ahimni advisor 
at te Frank IC0X High School 
and te Princess Anne High 
School. 



DEGREE EARNED 

VIRGINIA BEACH — Ros- 
alie Brooks Kelsey of Virginia 
Beach recently graduated from 
Lehigh University at Bethlehem, 
Pa. She eanwd an advanced 
degree in chemistry. 



VIRGINIA BEACH — ^tor- 
folk's Jim Stanley, one of Tide- 
water's 'original folk entfiMsiasts- 
artists, hat b^n adjui^^ win- 
ner in the second wwekre contest 
of the Virginia Beach Hootenan- 
ny Festival, sponwred by The 
Shadows, 

No stranger to local folk fans, 
Jim has b^ performing in the 
idiom sii^ce 1961, having or- 
ganized tWo successful groups; 
one of which. The Oiurchkeys, 
considered the top folk-interpre- 
tist ensemble in Virginia. An en- 
terprising young <18) business- 
man, Jim is the founding part- 
ner of Empire Enterprises, op- 
erator of Norfolk's popular, The 
Folk Ghetto. 

For taking away top honors 
this week, Stanley was awarded 
a season's pa<;s to The Shadows 



WVEC MOVIES 

Sunday: 6 p.m., "High Noon." 
the award-winning western star- 
ring Gary Cooper and Grace 
Kelly; 9 p.m., "Last bays of 
Pompeii" with Steve Reeves; 
11:20 p.m., "All About Eve** 
with Bette Davis and Gary Mer- 
rill. 

Tuesday: 11:20 pm.. "Never 
Love A Stranger," starring John 
Drew Barrymore and Steve 
McOucen. !1 „„ 

W e 4 n e s d i yTn:20 p.m., 
"Laura," the classic mystery 
featuring Gene Tiemey, Clifton 
Webb, Dana Andrews and Judith 
Anderson. 

Thursday: 11:20 p.m., "Cry 
of the City," with Victor Mature, 
Shelly Winters 

July 2: 11:20 p.m., "The Son 
of Dracula" with Lon Chaney Jr. 

July 3: 11:30 p.m., "Hercu- 
les" starring Steve R^ves as te 
legendary strongman. , 



ami tiM opportunity to^(»ropete 
in the monthly and final ami- 
petition for a two-week paid en- 
gagement at Washington's Cel- 
Kir Door and an ai^ition wiUi 
Roulette Records, 

Jim is te son of Mr. and Mrs. 
C. James Stanley of SS09 &iml- 
piper Lane in Norfolk and is a 
1965 graduate of Maury High 
School. 




CLOWN ARTIST 
Daring Us 33 year* ia circas 
work Wimpay tka Clowa kaa ka- 
coma kaowa a* aa artist ia tka 
•ciaaca of clowaiag. He will 
appear witk tka Hamid-Mortoa 
Skrtaa lataraatioaal Circa* at 
Noryiaw Stadiuai today tkroakk 
Saaday aadar a p a aa arakip of 
Kkad iva Tampla. Perf ormaaces 
daUy.at 2 aad 8:30 p.ai. except 
oa Saaday wkaa parformaacaa 
will ke 2 aad 6:30 p.m. 




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Satarday, 9af AM Oidr 

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STARTS SUNDAY FOR 

LIMITED RUN 
Academy Award Wiaaer 

"TOM JONES" 

ALBERT FINNEY 

HUGH GRIFITH 

SUSANNAH YMtK 

JOAN GREENWOOD 

la color of eoaraa 

JERRY'S LATEST SOON 

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BEACH'S 



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'MOST EXCITING 
NIGHT CLUB" 



OPENING TUESDAY, JUNE 29th 

THE INTBtNATIONAUY FAAAOUS 

PLATTERS 

CELEBRATING THEIR lOHi ANNIVBtSARY 
PLUS TIDEWATER'S ONLY 
DANCING-DISCOTHEQUE 1 NOVICES 

I l«tk A ATLANTIC AVE. / CH»EN 7:30 NIGHTLY 

RESERVATIONS— RHbNE 428-S685 



UmOOE lADH) SPOTS 

Neady aU (rf te Tidewater 
radio stations are carrying the 
marlc^ly unk|ue "r^^imis" 
spot anncwncements created by 
Stan Frebe^ for the Unitwl 
ftreibyterian Oiurch. 

TTi^e spots will be heard 
throughout the day over more 
than 70 iwito statfons tn Virginia 
and the District of Columbia 
during the next six weeks. TTiey 
Martf^ Sunday and will continue 
through July 31. 

TUlewater stations carryii^ 
te spots include WVECAM 
and FM; WGH AM and FM; 
WCMS AM and FM; WNOR 
AM and FM; WAVY; WHIH; 
and WKVK. 

The spots, which were coor- 
dinated through the ioint efforts 
of the Virginia Council of 
Omrcbes and the Council of 
Oiurdies of Greater Washing- 
ton, DX^., employ dialogue with 
a li^t sAtirical touch ami music 
with a Broadway sound to drive 
home the central thought that 
life is distorted without God. 



• tMyy^i^nctt 



• LMALNOneV 




• LKIALNQfflCIS 



COMMOPfWEALIH 
OF VnGINU 

b llw Ckifc'k Office of the 
Orerit Cooft of Hw Oty of Vkw 



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ommk or publication 

RAYMOND LEROY BALL. 

Plaintiff, 
against 
SOUOBA FKLZARANO 

BALL, Defendant. 

The obj«:t of this suit is to 
obtain a divpitre a vinculo matri- 
monii fmn'the said defendant, 
upon the grminds of desertion, 
and that said separation has 
been ointinuous and uninter- 
rupted for a period in excess of 
two years. 

And an affidavit having bwn 
made and filed that the ^fend- 
ant is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 480 
Alexander Street, Rochester, 
New York, it is ordered that she 
do af^)ear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to prot^t her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy — ^Teite: ' 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
Sacks, Sacks and Kendall, p.q. 
Virginia National Ba^ Building 
Norfolk, Virginia \ 

^ 6-24-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIA 
h m Clerfc*i Office of tke 
Orarit CMirt of «ic OhF of 



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THE "CANARIES" 

Spaia'i No. 1 Nlvkt Cl«k 

Perfaraiere— -First Time in 

Tke Uaited Sutea 

APP^UttNG NITB.Y 

la Our Be»«tifiil Bellroon 



JAM SBSIONS 

-SAT. A SUN. 
FROM 11 A.M. 



ALL RIDES A ACTIVITIES 
IN FyLL ACTION! 



# DANCING NIGHTLY 

In Ballroom 

# 300 Car Perking LiHt. 

Batk Howte And 
Refreshment Stands 
Open Daily At 9 A.M. 

# Ocean Swiminint 

# Hof • Picnic Area 



ISO - ATTRACTIONS - S0\ 



25th&fttlQntic 

TODAY, FRI. &. SAT. 
JUNE 24-26 

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WED. THURS. FRI. SAT. 
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ORDER OF PUU^tCATION 

LYOIA McFAOGBN, Plaintiff, 

agafaist 
LACY McFADGEN. Defendant 

The object of this sujt is to 
obtain an Annulmant from the 
said defeiuiant, upon the grounds 
of marriage not consummated. 

And an affidavit having been 
m»fe and filed that the defend- 
ant is a non-r»idei$ of fie 
State of Viipnia, the last 
known p(»t office atklress be- 
mg: 1734 E. 72nd Street, 
A|»rtmem 313. Waukefan, 
Illinois, it is ordered that he 
do appear here within ten (10) 
days ^ter due publication here- 
of, and do what may be n»:es- 
•sary to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 

By: Mary M. White, DC. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-24-4T 



NOTICE 

The undersigned hei^by no- 
tifies the public of his intention 
to apply to the Virginia Alco- 
holic Beverage Cbntrol Board at 
its offices in the Virginia A.B.C. 
Building, 205 North 4th Street, 
Richmond, Virgmia, for a li- 
cense to sell beer Off Premises 
at Meredith's No. 2, Atlantic 
Avenue at 22nd Street, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, on July 6, 
i965j . 

W. B. MERBDmt' 

6-24- IT 



Virginia Beocli Theatres 

BEACH-BAYNE 



17th & Atlantic 

TODAY, FRIDAY & SAT., 
JUNE 24-26 



Features: 2 4 6 8 & 10 



COMMONWEALTH 
OF VIRGINIA 

h the Ckit't Office of 
Cfrcnit Court of tiw City ol 
Vbfiiiia Bcack, o« *» IMi day 
of June, 1W5. ^^ »., 
ORDER ^HflgJCAIICHy 
COMMONWEALTH OF 

VIRGINIA, Plaintiff, - 

against 
963 FORD AUTOMOBILE, 
MOTOR (No. 3E69X-2 11612 
FRANK B. NICHERSON, et ala 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is Jc» 
Universal CIT Credit Corp. to 
show cause why the said 1963 
Ford Automc4)ile Should not be 
condemned and sold to enforce 
forfeiture, as provided for by 
sectujns 46.1-351.1 aa(L-46.1- 
351.2 of the Code orvirginia 
1950 as amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the drfend- 
ant Universal CIT Credit Corp. 
not resident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, it is ordered that they do 
appear here within 10 days after 
due publication her«)f, and do 
what may be necessary to jwo- 
tect their interest in this suit. 

A copy— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Oerk 

By: Richard R. Garriott D.C. 

ROBERT LEE SIMPSON p.q. 

• 6-24-2 T 

VIRGINlAi 

In the Cfaorit Court of the 
City of Vii«liiia Beach. 

COI^MONWEALTH 

OF VIRGINIA, Complainant 

AT LAW 



1963 FORD 

Motor N0.3E69X-2 11612 
FRANK B. NICKERSON, et ah 

Defandants 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
The object of this suit is for 
the defendant, Frank B. Nicker- 
sdn, to show cause why the said 
1963 Ford should not be con- 
demned an^I sold to enforce for- 
feiture, as provided for by Sec- 
tions 46.1-351.1 and 46.1-351.2 
of the Code of Virginia 1950, 
as amoided. 

An Affidavit having been 
made that the address of the de- 
fendant, Frank B Nickerson, is 
unknown at^d that due diligence 
has been used to as<%rtain his 
whereabouts, without effect; that 
the d^endant's last Icnown ad- 
dress was MOA Trailer Court 
No. 104, Virginia Beach, Vir- 
ginia, and diat process was di- 
rected to the City Sergeant of 
the Qty of Virginia Beach more 
than ten '(10) days before the 
return day and has not been 
executed. 

It is ORDERED that the de- 
fendant do appear within ten 
(10) days after due pi:ri}lication 
hereof and do what is necessary 
to protect his interest. 

It is further ORDERED dmt 
this notice be published in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a newspa- 
per, bavins' a general ciroulanon 
in the City of Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, once a we^ for two 
successive weeks. 

Teste* 

JOHN V. FENTIffiSS^erk 

By Richard R. Garriott, D^C 
ROBERT LEE SIMPSON 
Beach H^atn; Buildup 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-24-2T 



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tub it to K^ the «Mc 
Aat the undm^ed. mmg mA 
John F. Kmm^ mtmitF 
Club will witfiifl t^ di^ dtm 
publication of this w^^ ^ffy 
to the Viivnia &^ Aimtms 
Bevera^ Cootfol ioMM $k a 
licoise to sell btm md m^ 1k» 
off and (m {»«mis» OMawBtrtkm. 

WilUam M. C. FWI 

T/A John F. Kennedy 
Democrat Oub 

712 VirgiaU B^ch m^d. 

Virginia BeKh, Viipm 

6-24-lT 

COIMMONWEALIH 

OP VnGlNU 

la the Ckrlt'i Office «f te 

CIrcait Coat of the City «f 

Vh|hya Beach, oa fte l«h dhw 

dav of Jaae, IMS. 

(NiDER or ^jnjtCkTum 

COMMONWEALTH OF 
VIRGINIA, PUimMf 

against 
1951 Chevrolet Automobile, 

Motor No. JAA 124933, 

Billy C. Carrow, et ak^ 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is for 
the drfendant, Billy C. Canow 
to show cause why tfie said 1951 
Chevrolet Automobile should iK>t 
be coiK^emn^ and sold to en- 
force foirfeiture, as fvovided for 
by S^tions .46.1-351.1 and 
46.1-351.2 of the Code of Vir- 
ginia 1950 as amende. 

And an affidavk teviitt been 
made and filed that the Mfeix^ 
ant Billy C. Carrow is mt ttA- 
(fent of die State of Virginia, it 
is ordered that he (k> appear here 
within 10 days after due pubU- 
itk)n hereof, and do what may 

Vecessary to fwolect his in- 
in this suit. 

A a)py— Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Clert 

By: Richard R. Garriott DX^ 
ROBERT LEE SIMPSON pjo. 

6-24-yr 



VOIGINUt 

la the Cbcalt Cowt of Hd- 
Qty of VfafWa Beach ^ 

COMMONWEALTH OF * 
VIRGINttA, Comptainaitf * 
V. AT LAW 

1951 CHEVROLET 

Motor No. JAA 124933 
BILLY C. CARROW, et ah 

Defendants 




ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

Tiw object of this suit u let ^ 
the d^endant, Billy C Carrow, 
to show cause why the said 1951 
Chevrolet should not be con- 
demned and sold to enforce for- 
feiture, as provided for by Sec- 
tions 46.1-351.1 and 46.1-351.2 
of the Code of Virginia 1950, 
as amended. 

An Affidavit having been 
macte that the address cd the de-""" 
fendant, Billy C. Caitow, is un- 
known and that due diligence 
has been used to ascertain his 
whereabouts, without effect; that 
the said defendant's last known 
address was 719 "H" Street, Ft 
Pwrce, Florida, and that p»-»rfw 
was directed to the City Ser- 
icant of the City of Virginia 
Beach more than ten (10) days 
before the return day and has 
not been executed. 

If is ORDERED that ^ de- 
fendant do appeu within ten 
(10) days after due puUication 
hereof and do what is necessary 
to protect his interest. 

It is further ORDERED that 
this notice be published in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a newspa- 
per having a general circulation 
in the City of Virginia Beach, - 
Virginia, once a week for two 
successive weeks. 

Teste: 

JOffi^ V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

By: Richard R Garriott, D.C. 
ROBERT LEE SIMPSON , 
Beach Theatre Building 
Virginia Beach, Virgima 

6-24-2T 



VIRGINU: 

la the Chcoit Court ef the 
Oty of Vhsfada Beach, o« the 
Apd day of Joae, 1965. 

SUE HERBERT BROC»CE. 

Deceased 
Showcause Against Distribution 

It appearing that a report of 
the accounts of First & Mer- 
chants National Bank and 
George Doswell Brooke, Execu- 
tors of Sue Herbert Brodce, de- 
ceased, and of the debts and <fe- 
mands against the estate has been 
filed in the Clerk's Office, and 
Aat six months have elapsed 
since the qualification* on mo- 
tion of the personal rei»aenta- 
ti\«s it is ordered that the credi- 
tors of, and all others interested 
to, the estate show cause, on the 
15th day of July, 1965, before 
this Court at its ipourtroom 
aninst the i»ym«it and ^li^^y 
of the esUte to tiie legatees widi.' 
out rtquiriiut refunding bcmdi. 

A Cbpy Teste: 

JOiai V. FENtRESS. Qerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 



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29-l25» W-lia and W-liTS 
^I^Me fl<.Vir^ia, the Om. 
«^ oi Otme and Inlami 
Fishcftei <m May 7, 1965 wk»p- 
ted t^ foltomi^aiQewtod Res- 

^??S— S^SW« AND 
BAG UMm (a) We« of ^ 

Bk» M^ Kfovitaim, h duili 
be lawful to bunt quail, rabbit 
and grouM fixsm the fifit Mbo- 
day u >^»Miber throi^|h Jaa- 
uary 31.' 

. <b) &Mt <tf the^BhM Ridtt 
Mouniaini, it shall be lawfalto 
hunt rtbblt and gft>uM from ihc 
third Mond^f n November 
throng Janoary 3t esKept in 
the eouatiea of Accomack and 
NortlMwiiiton the tabbit leaite 
shall close on January IS 

(c) Eaat of the Blue Ri(ke 
Mouirtaiaj, it riial| be lawfol 
<o huat quail from liie third 
Monday in November through 
February 15 cscept in the «)un- 
ties <rf Amhertt, Nelaon and 
Rappahanaodfe the quail season 
shall elose on January 31. 

(d) The bfs limits shall be as 
follows: Quafl, 8 a day, 125 a 
license y«u-; raN>it, 6 « day, 75 
a license year; ^ouse, 3 a day, 
15 ^'^^liqcnae ^air. 

2. 1 tURISY SEASON AND 
BAG LIMm (a) West of the 

Blue Ridgc Mountaim, it shall 
be Uwflil m hunt turtey fiom 
the ft^ Monday in November 
thrpugfcDfcwnber 15, and cast 
of tte' Btae Ridge Moontoins, it 
shall be lawful to hunt tuitcy 
from December 15 through Jan- 
uary 15, except there shall be a 
closed turkey season in the 
counties of Accomack, AUe- 
ghajiey m' the Gathright Man- 
agemcrt. ^tt* ; only, Arlington, 
Bath in the Gathi^ht Manage- 
ment Area only, Bland, Buchan- 
an, Buckingham, Carroll, Char- 
les City, aarke, Culpepcr, CHc- 
kenson, Esiex, Fairfax, Floyd. 
Franklin, GliHKxItep, Grayson, 
Greene, Greensville, Hanover^ 
Henrico, Henry, Isle of Wight, 
James Oty, Kn% Geoj^c, King 
William, Ltacaiter, Lee, Lou- 
doun, MwKion, Mathews, Meck- 
lenburg, Middlesex, Nansemond, 
Northampton, Northumbeiland, 
Page, Patrit*, Pulaski, Rappa- 
.m^ocl^ Jlkhmond, Russell, 
Scott,- Smytii, Southamj^n, Sur- 
ry, f SUsMi^ Tiae««U^'<Warten, 
Waihington, Westmoreland, 
Wise, Wythe and York, and cit- 
ies o«» PJesj^dce, Hamplon, 
Newport News and Vii^nia 
Beacii. 

<b) The bag limit shall be as 
follows: 1 turkey a day, 2 a li- 
cense year except in Oimber- 
land County bearded turkeys 
only fli«y be taken, and in New 
Kent: County 1 a license year 
goW>ter (Mly. 



2.2 j^ASANT: It shall be 
unlawftil lb huirt , pheasants at 
any . ju^ except oh licensed 
shqqtiflg preserves. 

28. SEAVER, MINK, MUSK- 
RAT, Oro^UM, OTTER 
AND RACCOON SEASONS 
FOR UtAPraSG: It shall be 
lawful to trap b^ver, mink, 
■muskrat, opossum, otter and 
raccoon, statewide, from Decem- 
ber 1 to March 10, with the foJ- 
lowij^ excejrtwns is regaid to 
raccocMs: 

(a) In the axmties of Acco- 
mact, Qiarles Oty, Gloucester, 
James City, Mathews, New 
Kent, Nortliampton and York 
anrf tlie cities of Hampton, New- 
port' Ffews' a«| Virginia Be^h, 
it shall he lawful to trap rac- 
coon October 1 - January 31. 

(]>) It shalf be unlawful to trap 
raccdofi at any time in the coun- 
ties We^ OS the Bhie Ridge 
MqMtains and in the counties 
of jic^QTt, Ppanklln, Henry, 
Pat^ atti Httsylvania. 

(c) It shall be unlawful to 
trap on or within 25 feet of a 
beaver lod^ or beaver dam 
and no beaver pelts may be sold 
until: ^lecl by an agent of the 
Coom&sion. 



US.3 1JNV0RM MABK- 
Ettk Umier the jm^visions dt 
Chftpto 11.1 of the Code of 
Vif^l^a a system of regulatory 
maSssti is hereby acbpted op 
aH fttklic waters of the State not 
m^^ by an i^ncy of the 
Uniied States. R^ilatory mark- 
ers wUI fc« a i^Hfiibination of in- 
ter^tkmil oca^ u^ «4ite, a 
%iwi<md shape with' white cen- 
ter <tooting danger, a diamond 
shape vld) nticfe cross ^nctfing 
po^^ion <rf all ^^ssels, a cir- 
ciy^ iritis white cyatei" detotii^ a 



»*ol or mMctioB. a »c&n- 
fF" Aape d^i^ ii^tama- 
tonolhedwi t «^». eon. 
tt^ « ii«A«lai. tertiBMxy 
woKb may be aMed to aU 
««*«» ttd tto ^^rttm of aa 
v^ *•!! be gmmned by my 
wch ^iker auUwrix^l by the 
^^^M»l«. N b r^iatwy 
in*rker or odicr watenwy mark- 

* ™^ *c «^«ty. health or 
wellbwBi M a b<« op«^or, ex- 
f»P*m th(Me fdac^ by an 
^pcy of the Onited States, 
*M toe ^«ed m, on or near 
the watra" unless authwiaKi by 
^ Cw wniwkM a^ mc3i au- 
thori»d markers shall be de- 
>lpMd, plKcd^ and .mainuindl 
Kcording to r^to prescribed 1^ 
the 0>nMniuion. 

The foreg(4ng REWLA- 
TICMMS, as amended, shall be- 
come effective July 1, 1965. 
OOMMISSK»i OF GAME 
AND INLAND FI^ffiRIES 
Hotoian WiUis. Jr., Chairman 
6-24-IT 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- 
EN that pursuant to Sections 
29-125, 29-126 and 29-127 (rf 
the Code of Virginia, the Com- 
mission of Game and Inland 
Fisheries on May 7, 1965 adop- 
ted the foUowini amended Re«. 
lation: 

».US?"^ ^W OPOSSUM 
HUNTING SEAiONSi It ^all 
be lawi^l to hunt opcasum, 
statewide, October 15 through 
January 31, and mink December 
15 thrcMtgh January 31. 
^ 6.1 RAO^OON HUNTING 
SEASONS AND BAG LIMITS: 
(a) There shall be a continuous 
^n huntii^ season on r^:coon 
in couiAies east of the Blue 
Ridge Mountains, except Bed- 
ford county and National Fbr- 
ests and Conwnission - owned 
lands, provided, howewr, the 
season for hunting raeoooii shall 
be October J dir^^ Man* 10 
in the counties of Amherst west 
of U.S. Route 29, Appomattox, 
Fairfax, Fawjuier, Franklin, 
Hairy, Loudoun, Nelsaq we^ <rf 
Route 151, Patrick, Pittsylvania, 
Prince William, and Stafford. No 
bag limit. 

<b) It shall be lawful to hunt 
raccoon in counties west of the 
Blue Ridge Mountains and in 
the counties of Bedfonl and 
Rappahannock, other than Na- 
tional Forests and Commission- 
owned lands, from October 15 
through January 31, except in 
the counties of Augusta, Bath, 
Clarke, Frederick, Highland, 
Page, Rockbridge, Rockingham, 
Shenandoah and Warren, other 
than National Forests and Com- 
mission-owned lands, the sea- 
son shall be Octiber 15 tfirou^ 
Fcl»uary 28. The b^ limit shaU 
be two a day. 

(c) It shall be lawful to hunt 
raccoon in the National Forests, 
and Commis$ion-owned lands, 
ejwept Hog Island and Weston 
Wildlife Refuges, from the third 
Monday in November through 
January 31. It shall be unlawful 
for any person, or group of per- 
sons, to take more Uian two rac- 
coon in any one twenty-four 
hour period in the National 
Forests. 

<d) It shall be unlawful to 
take, attempt to take, or nu>lest 
raccoons in their dens or nests 
between sunrise and, sunset ^M 
of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 

This shall become effective 
July I, 1965. 

COMMISSION OF GAME 

AND INLAND FISHERIES 

Holman Willis, Jr., Chairman 

6-24- IT 

COMMONWEAtSr 
OF VIRGINIA 

In liic deitV Office of the 
arcait Oont of the Ci^ |)C 
VIrgMi Beach, on Oe 15th day 
fit Jiiiie, 1965. 
ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
MARY JANE GUTRIDGE, 

PlafaHiff, 
agaiiilt 
WIUJaM BERNARD 

GUTRIDGE, Defendant 

The object of this suit is to 
obtain a tUvorce from the bonds 
of matrimony from the said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of 
desertion. ' 

Ami an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the detoid- 
ant is a non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1316 Wil- 
son point JUKid, Baltimore, 
Maryland, it is ordered that he 
do app^a here wi^i^ ten (10) 
days after due publicatimi here- 
of, and do what may be neces- 
sary to prot»;t his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy— T»te: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Ckfrk 

By: Mary M. White D.C. 
FRAJMC E. BUTLER; HI p.q. 
Beach Theatre BtHkili^ 



•UOALNOn^ 



Vii^^ Bms% Viqibia 

1%e mdenip^ havlqg qad- 
i^d m Bmamt vi ^ mtme 
of nxwce WilsoB M<HTit«% 
deceaaed, k is r^uei^ Aat aO 
pmymMf^t the decedent and 
aH ckuBs ap^ the dec^^, 
d«ly omm^ be jw^Med at 
the ^nse «f J^mm E. MeAn- 
drews, Attornw M law. Dean 
BhMiiv, 201 East Plume ftreet, 
NM€<flt, Viipttia. 

W. Comry Wilson, 

EiBCU^H'. 

6-10-3T 



CCMOMONWpALTH 
OF VniGINtA 
h m dirk'a Office of the 
Cl^m QMriT M *e C^ «! 

Vk^Wn B«Mh, m Ihe IM.A^ 

•f Hmt, IMS. 

ORDER OF PUBUCATKW 

ANNETTE P. LEUTW. 

a^nM 
RAYMOND FREDERICK 

I^JTH, Defendant. 

The d^t of this suit is to 
otoin a divorce a viiv^lo matri- 
monii from the said (Mendant, 
upon the grwuids of dwertign 
for a period cif over two ^ars. 

And an i^dant having b<»n 
mMiss,and fikd ^t tfie defend- 
ant is a HM-r^Ment ci the State 
of Virginia, die last known ad- 
dress beii^: c/o General De- 
liv«7, Rodbes^, Minnesota, it 
is ordered diat he 6o aj^ar 
here within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to pro- 
tect his mterait in this suit 

A copy — Tc^: 

JOHN V. FiarrRESS, Qerk 

By: Mary M. White, DC. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
^ 6-17-4T 

COMMCHNWEALTH - 
OF VOK^NIA 

III the Clerfcl Office of the 
Orarit Cowt of the Oty of Vk^ 
g^ IcKh, MB the 28th day af 
M^, 196S. 

ORDER OF PUN.H:ATH>N 
EUZABETH HOC© KNUD- 
SON, 

Plaintiff against 
CLARENCE JAMES KNUD- 
SON, 

Defendaitt ^ 

The ob^ of thui mOI n to 
obtain a divorce a vincuW 
matrimonfij from tiie said de- 
fendant, upon the grounds of 
desertion for a period of more 
than two years. 

And an affidavit having beoi 
made and filed that the defendant 
is a non-resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known post 
office address being: Bailey 
Avenue, Chattanooga, T^uies- 
see, not resid«it of the State of 
Virginia, it is unlered that he do 
appear here within ten (10) days 
after due publication herw)f, and 
do wlurt may be necessary to 
protect his interest In &is suit. 

A <^>py — ^T^: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS. Clerk 

By: Mary M. White, D.C. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, 

Attys., p.q. 
1369 Laskhi Road 
Virginia* Be«A, Virginia 
-_ 6-3-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 

OF vniGmu . 

In the Clei1t*8 (MBce of the 
Orcnit Cent of the Oty of Viiw 
iMa Beach, on the 3ni day of 
Snntf 1965. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
CHARLES HENRY BECKER, 

Plaintiff, against 
WILMA MADELINE BECK- 
ER, 

Defendant 

The obj«:t ot this suit is to 
obtain a divcwc^ a mensa ^ 
thoro to be later merged into a 
divorce a vim;uIo matrimonii 
from the said de^ndant, upon 
the grounds of desnrtkm. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and fil^ that 4he ^foid- 
ant is a non-resideat of the State 
of Vir^a, the last known pxt 
offl^ a(kiress being: 4141 E. 
32ad Stftet, Phoenix, Arizona, 
not resident of the State <rf Vir- 
ginia, k is ordered that she do 
af^ar here within ten (10) days 
after due pubUcaticw hereof, and 
(k) what may ix n^c^sary to 
protect her interest in diis suit. 

A a)py — T»te: 

JOHN V. FENTRKS, Oerk 

By:, J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
CROMWELL & LAYTON p.q. 
P.O. Box 5211 . 
RoM^ins Ovn^ 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

r 6-10-4T 



mM hMimmd to diacftufe 

taMD MMiHif . ^S« Greek, a 

tftt^My rf Ly^aven Rlv«. 
I^rKws wlshi^i Mbrmatioo re- 
^urdh^ dus jM^^KM^ may write 
to «e SUM Wi^ Control 
Bwwlj Pwt Office Box 52i5, 
RIchmoirt, Vkginhi 23220. 
6-34T 

vnmffNAi 

la A» Cl«*'i 0«to al m 

■Mi Mm! OB the M iw of 
hm^ If6^ 

IN CHANGEKY 

Omr OF VIRGINIA BEACH, 
a municipal corpCHitkHi, 

Complainant 
vt 

LUCttiLE BASS, et als, 
D^MdiMs. 
(NUIER OF PUBLICATION ' 

The object of the above styled 
suit is to sell, free and clear of 
aH tois and encumbrances, for 
the sadtfectbn of the liens th^e- 
on, tiiat certain tot, tract or wir- 
cel of land, situated in the Oty 
of Virginia Bust, Vii|^ia, and 
bounds and dMcribed as fol- 
lows: 
ALL that certain lot, piece or 
pan^l of land, and designated! 
a LOT "L", on the Plat of 
"OLUB SECTION OF BIRD 
NECK POmT", made by 
' Ji*n M. BaMwin, Civil En- 
gineer, and r«:o(ded in ^ 
Oerk's Office of the Orcub 
Court of the City of Virginia 
BcKh, Virginia, m Map Book 
7, at page 192. 
And It appearhu from the 
am^nts of the Bll of Coni- 
{riaint filed herein and by Affi- 
davit duly filed: 

FHtST: Tlat dHigence has 
been used by and <» tehatf <rf 
Ae oomplainam io ai««rtain in 
what county or ecwporaticm the 
following defendant it, without 
effect and her Um known post 
office address i$ vutatam: 

LUCILE BA^, Box 161«, 
c/o New York Ufe Insurance 
Co. Richmond, Virginia. 

SECOND: That the said 
UXri'LLE BASS may have died 
leaving heirs, devises, personal 
repiesemarives, surviving con- 
sort, « lien cn^ilors and, if so, 
their umes are unknown and 
their last knotra poit <rffice ad- 
dresses are unkmnni. Tliat there 
are or might be poisons other 
than thoM named m the Bill of 
Ckmplaint Inteitstod in the real 
^Mte to be disposod of in this 
sii^ wlwse names ^ad isatt known 
ip4 offiise a^resses are un- 
ttown. 

It is, therrfore, ORDERED 
that the irix>ve nained persons, if 
living, and if dead, their heirs, 
devises, lien creditors and per- 
sonal representatives, and if 
marrkd, their respe^ye con- 
sorts, and all other ^rsons other 
than those herein named, who 
are or might be int^^ted in the 
■real estate to be M^owd of in 
dus suit whose name$ are un- 
known, do ai^ar within ten days 
after due publicati^ of this ikv 
tice and do what is hw:essary 
to protect their into-ests. It is 
further ORDERED Aat the 
foregoing portion of this Order 
be published once a week for 
four successive weeks in the Vir- 
ginia BeKh fa^ a Newspafter 
publiiAed in ^ City of Vk- 
ginia l^»cM, Virginia. 
A Copy— T«te: 
JOHN V. FENTRESS, Ckrk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Stanley A. Phillips 
Assi^ant Cit^ Momey 
City of Virginia B^fih 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-10-4T 



VIRGINIA BEACH SUN, Thursday, Jun© 24, 1965 



P«g*74 



M^ m^ 





tiwALNones 



428-2401 FOR iMllEDMflt i^TKlil 



NOTICE 

The ^ Water Control 
Board tes fiKei^^d an s^ltea- 
ti<m from JHyvvilie Farms, Ineor* 
porated to ^XMistruot ms^ «eat- 



VIRGINIA: 

In the Oerk's Office af the 
Cfacnit CmA ^ Ika City of Vhv 
giua Betth on the 3rd day of 
Jane, 19M. 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
JAMES R. McKENRY 

Adfflinntrator of the estate of 

Sokmon SffiM, deceased, 

Petitioner 
v. 

JERSEY SMITH 
521 Grammefiey place 
Atlantic City, New Jersey 

WILLIAM SMITH 
36 -^ 5di Streei 
Saton, New Uiney 

MAURICE SMTW 

Box 49 

Richland^ Niw Teney 

WILLIS SMITH 

Box m 

MMmay, Mev Jersey 

CHAW^IE SMITH 

2423 North Bancroft Strc«t 

Miil^telpfaia 32, Pa. 

MAUDE Wa-I4AMS 
357 Birdne^ Circfe 
Vii^ia Beach, Virgima 



LAURA GASKflNS i 

1249 nngroe Xvenue 
Detroh 2, MicAigaa 

Rl^^U. WILLIAMS 
1017 Kenya Lane 
Virginia Bewh, Virginia 

aiZABETH EVERETT 
243 Dyleway 
Lyudiavm Suti<m 
Vir^a Beach, Virginia 

LK^OY BOCHJES 

90 Downing Sfreet, Apt. 25 

Brooklyn 38, New York 

». and 

PftlCELL WH-LfAMS 

Berkiftire Apartments 

300 West Franklin St 

Richmond, Virginia 

Respondent 

TTie object 6f this suk is to 
construe me estate pf Solomon 
Smidi, to determine (1) who wiU 
receive the funds received by 
die emte and <2) to whom the 
admifllMration co^s, estate in- 
heritance taxes, and the estate 
income taxes, shall be charged; 
and an affidavit having b^n 
filed Aat Jereey SmiA, William 
Smith, Maurice Smith, Willis 
Smith, Charlie Smtdi, Laura 
Oaskins, anl Qenoy Boiues are 
nm residents of Ae Kate of 
Virginia, it is orcfered that the 
irfwsuid n<m-i^idenis ap^ear 
ia die said suit within ten days 
after due puMication in the Vir- 
ginia Be^h Sun, a newtpaper 
having general circulation in the 
City ^ Vir^ia Beach, aiui do 
what may he necessary to pio- 
tect tlMtr hne^sts in die said 
suit. 

A Omw— Twtc: 

JOHN V. FENTRESS, Qerk 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, DC. 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

6-10-4T 

COMMONWEALTH 
OF VttOpNIA 
In the Ckik's bOlee of die 
Qrcidt Caart oi ^ Oly ol Vb- 

£1 SS* ^ ^ ** *^ ^ 

ORD0I Of PUBLICATION 

SHIRLEY MARIE PAltlSHER 

Plaiittiff, 
agali^ 
DAMON WEBSTER 

PARISHKl, Jr., Defendant. 

Tlie object of this suH is to 
obtain a divorce a vinculo mat- 
rimimii from the said defend- 
ant, uptm the grounds of two 
yean contiiwoas sqiaration. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that tiie defend- 
ant is a non-resident of the ^te 
of Virginia, die la^ known ad- 
dress Seing: 4413 Ovid Drive, 
Fort Worth, Texas, it is onlered 
that he do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may foe 
necessary to prote(^ his interest 
in this suft. 

A copy — Teste: 

JOHN V. FENTRES^iClerk 

J. Curtis Fruit, Deputy Qerk 
BRYDGES & BROYLES, p.q. 
1369 Laskin Road 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

■ 6-10-4T 



tUSlNeSS SERVICB 



31 BMtMiwt~»»pairinf 



NOTICEl 
Oofttraeten k Boom Ailldan-' 
Let us help you wiih tt»t ntn 
b(»ne— «<kiki<»it— or repairs. 
We can funiiadi materiaU from 
hMemest to attic and aid you in 
financing. 
Pboaa: Ktika ft Sitoii, be. 
(1) 4:£6-2661 

4264750 

4264887 



We specialize in kitchen cabinett, 
home improvements and any 
type <rf rtop work. Call Pott- 
darosa Mill Work at 3008 
South Lynnhaven Road, 
341-5520 or 341-2682 even- 
ing. 

3-11-TFN 



NEW AND REPAIR WORK 

Plumbing — Heating 

Electrical — Air Condkioning 

PRINCESS ANNE PLUMBING 

AND ELECTRIC \L 

SUPPLIERS, INC. 

Phone 426-2660 

11-5-tfn 



EMPLOVMENT 
46 Hdp Wantad-PMnata 



Experienced (hug clerk and cos- 
metician. Apply in person. 
Hilltop Pharmacy, 1701 Las- 
kin Road. 

6-17-3T 



Ladki-»^^q[7 up. Earn f 50 ta 
$100 wedtly, serving estab- 
lished customers at your con- 
venience. ' Call 428-1750 for 
perKinal interview. 

6-17-tfn 



41 Halp Want«d— Mala 



Wanted — beach {diotograph- 
era to work summer season. 
Good pay and hours. We 
train you. No inv^tment re- 
quired. Apply Virginia Beach 
Photo Enterprises, ,Fishii^ 
Pter, 15th Street. 

* 6-24-lT 



\'JH 



Cab drivers. Serxke m^ ac- 
cepted. No experience aeoM- 
sary. We also work at the 
Beach. Can earn $85 to $125 
weddy. We pay for your 
City license.. Hiring ex- 
drivers from o^er companies. 
Safeway Taxi, 3762 Siore 
Drive, Virginia Beach. Dial 
464-6262. 

6-3.4T 



EMPLov/^^krr 

44 PedtU \l^ant«UM.la 



Painting wanted. Small jc^ bh 
terior or exterkx. Call 428- 
7586. 

6-17-2T 



asm 



SOA ioalsForSab 

Sanson 16 toot Cabin, tnt> 
bunks. Atnple storage fore 
and aft. 50 horsepower Evin- 
rude el&;tric with generator. 
Long trailer. Many extras. 
Best offer. Call 428-5881. 

6-24- IT 



.Md:r<in^ill'< 



90 Article* Par Sala 



1 pair water skis. Exelleat con- 
dition. Call 428-6707. 

6-24- IT 



93 HousaT^eld Goods 



For sale now — new and re- 
built sofa beds in a variety 
of (xriors and fabrics. Also 
sofas, love seats, assorted 
chain, tables, chests^ tw<Mt- 
cases, dinettes and tN^droam 
furniture. Hilltop Upholster- 
ing Co., 1000 Virginia Beach 
Boulevard. Phone 428-6377. 
Call us to upholster and re- 
finish your worn, soiled mi 
marred furniture. Free esti- 
'mate, pickup and delivery. 
"We buy and sell used furni- 
ture." 

4-1-T^ 



100 ROOMS FOR SENT " 



Lai^ air conditioned ro^if^ 
I^ivate bath. Desirable tte|^f 
borhood. Apply to Box No. 
122, c/o The Viifinia Beach 
Sun. 

6-24-lT 



Room for rent. Private entraw^e. 
Excellent neighborhood. Gen- 
tleman preferred. 237 Bay 
Colony Drive. Call 428-1049. 
6-24-2T 



110 J^rtmoMts Un^mMiwIi 



i*m. 



Needed — 3 men immediately for 
manage trainee program. 
Must be attentive and career 
minded. CaU 428-9142. 

11-19-tfai 

42 Halp WantMMAal* or Pamala 



Ah»40UNCEA«ENTS 



10 



l^ 



iai NotiM* 



ARrS FIX IT 

Pointing 
Win&w Waging 
Floors Waxed i. 

GftosCut 
We give estimates. 
428-6134. 

6-24-tfn 



11 TwneporHWaii 



A&.P Dslvaaao^i Iscr-We wiD 
(teliver your ^ to <n' fimn ai^ 
d^. CaiaauriSy Mleotod diivwiL 



immmm 



9 Automebliet Per 1^1* 

Renault DaufAine. Tire and 
wljeel new. CaU #28-6707. 

6-24- IT 



' iUSINSSi SSlVIC^ 

31 AppOanea SarHeof 

, ,111 , 11 



VACUUM CUBAN K8-Ho<iver. 

SalM a^d aeryice. Vttimpt. ef- 

ildtlnl ^eijiti. I^ up and 

ddivery. Phone QAS'^A 

•Fuel' Med k Bitilltai ^P* 



Salesmen or Salesladies — NO 
EXPERIENCE NECES- 
SARY. I can use 2 Hncere 
trainees interested in a sound 
sales career. 0lot door lo 
door.) My new men ewm 
$6000 to $10,000 the first 
year. Opportunity for raj^ 
advancement to management 
positions. Must have car, but 
travel is optional. For Inter- 
view call Mr. Furrey, 
428-3396. 
4-22-TFN 

MANPOWER, INC 

URGENTLY NEEDS 

Typists 

^em^iyhen 

We have immediate assignments, 
many adjacmt to Virginia 
Be»ii. 

NO FEE 

Time off between jobs when de- 
sired — ^work on tiicM temporary 
jobs when (x>nvenient to you. 
Phone now for interview and jdb 
assignment, 627-3661. 

Manpower, Inc. 

733 Boush Street 

5-27-T 

43 Peeition Wantad— Famalo 



APARTMENTS— Furnished ^ 
unfurnished. Yearly or sea^m- 
al. Cooper Realty, 206 25th 
Street, 428-1330. Nights 428- 
6833. 

3-2 ITN 

111 A partmants Pumlalw«l 

All utilities i»:lud6d. Yeat 
round only. Moderately sf^x 
couple. No pets. Apply 207 
19tn Street before 11 ajn. 

6-24-tfn 



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tey Su^^. Prwate, od«l, 
ficbncy apartiiMt. 
ck^ets, yard, j^r bay^ 
toni^le. Aduh. CiA 
2737. 

6-24^; 




1 1 3A NouiM fwt, 9r Olifim 



3 bedrooms, XVi iR^ raqp,^ 

fri^rator, family room, fenced 

back, garage, $135. GiU 42^ 

7609. J- 

6-24- IT ^ 

1 14A Resort Hoimm ^SSi 



Cape Story by the Sea — delight- 
ful cottage near water. We^ 
ly or monthly. Call 464-63^ 
or 497-9904. 

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Wanted — houses or aj 
to rent or sell. Summer 
ne«ded. Cooper Re^, W6 
25tti Street' 428- 
428- 6833. 

3-2-TFK 



128-1330. tlightt 



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Virginia Beach -— Servke Mori 
2 cute oi^ges. Near bmk 
and beadi. Beat n^ 
340-8329. u , 

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For sale. 2 bedroom house. M#^ 
X- soivy cffuaqpcted. A^ic^ A^ 
npe, OMS^okiM iM^^b 
Uke ffo^. rn^mf^ 
Corn^ Im. Prieed 4|i^ quick 
aale. $104)00. Fisaace tor 
SKMactory k^ksL H. 0.' 
Moore, Broker,^ Jarvis k, 
lUblhai. DiU 42IP77S5. 
. , , 5-13-tfp 

Pr!n(^ Amie Plaxa->Bfiek % 
bedrocm ranch. Insulated, 
^nced yard. Attached gtre^e; 

^ tj^ eai-in kkqlftn iMlA 
Bird] (ainnets, Hofe aad'fQ- 
frigerator. Dryer book-up, out- 
sit ^iUty room. Fay $900 
«id asaune payments of $75 
n(»thly. Ovmer. 340^03. 
6.10-tfr 



ANNOUNCEMENTS 



One and 2 b^oom ftin^ah^ 
apartments. Year round. Cidl 
428-^724 or 428-6666. 



Living roc»n, bedroom, lotehi^ 
batih Convenient to ^K^>pin^ 
churches, teundromat Very 
reasonable yearly rentid. Par 
cific Avenue. Phone owner. 
428-5016 or 428-2143. 

5-13^ 



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'/ V ♦ School <3k, 

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RiAJL ^ATE SCHOCt 

G^i^ Triantk B«lUt«f 
PHONE MA 1^74 



Secretary receptionist. Over 10 
yeap experience in secretarial 
duties and office management. 
Experienced in doctor's office 
or insurance office. Prefer 
hours 9 to 5, 5 day week. 
Beach area. Reply box 121 
c/o Virginia Beach Sun. 

6-24- IT 



Austin's Court Motel Apart- 
menu, 206- 19th Street EfQ- 
ciency apartmenn. All utilities 
furnished. Also, 4-room ai»rt- 
tttent and furnished rooipt. 
Block from Bus Station. % 
week or month. 



New and modem, one and two 
bedroom apartments. Low 
yearly rcnifcals, also weekly ai|d 
monthly rentals. Ctf 
428-6713. 

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ANY AMKKINT-FASr SERVICE 

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HARDIN SCHOO, 
OF MUSIC 



Tutor — Old Dominion CbUege 
Graduate. Tutor of mathe- 
matics. CaU 428-3398. 



■rfneow Hvdia, 

312 -35th Street 
Virglnlt Bm^H 



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ISW UmVIp «m4. VirfteU Aiaofr, 

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BAY ISLAND 

Tidewater's I%iait Atf^ 
Witerfront Common 
LOTS FOR SAJJt 

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1* FtOWERlJm AKNUAI.S 

W Annttai ftowwir^f ^^mt mOiU aj«nitimi. nmrigold. petunia. 
Wva. »nd tiwm provi^ miMi cafcr for summer months. 
ff TM hofmowiw cw artw^ biy ^ seed fml •tart the plaws 
m bojr rtarted pbints (of n^ji^ iitttmiAs) from i commercial pro- 
^sef. Startpd pH»m« are often in Woow when oflered for sale. 
pd thi* iHowi iht homeowner to sclwt the colors he wants. 
% Before selecti^ annuals, howevw,- decnie where they will be 
ilo^ md.for wfiat fwrpose. Some kre best suited to use as 
pcMtr^ ^nts and should be gfouped to ^ve a mass of color in 
%m fbwer border. Others are best used as border plants ; others 
'' le»-edp*t« around beds ptid wslks. The ndl anntMils are best 
^ii^'frpwin^ screens. Mahjr are grown to be used as cut 
"^a, iHid tl«re are those thitt can be dried and used indoors 

.__je wifi^. .';■'.*;- 

When dantiiw ihe fldwer border, factoid such as hdffht, 
„„_on of bloom, fol^^, and htbit of gmwth should be con.sid- 

td. The amcwtit of ewh kind used depends on the distance 
m Which the border is rii^ed. Groups of one kind runninR 
^l^wise id the bdrder, rather ttUMi Ikcross it. usually give a better 
S^ct f itMn a distance. 

% Jin lartis^ nwfuds from teed, obtmos, dimtas, and marigolds 
ten be sown directly In the beds where they are grown. The 

Pinei* leiKled innua].<i such as petunias, ^apdragons, and begonias 
Mre ipore careful sowing aim! handling. 1 hey should be sown 
oiwuunm indoors and tranqiianted when lai^ enough to 







Atelttll alKwId not be pMM outdoors until all danger of 
po^^ias paa9«(f. Antmab started in a 2H-inch pot will transplant 
wffni <Bimy than those growing in flats or heds. A cloudy day is 
^^ 4ciAm!^ dian.a clear day for transi^antiag. 
^' The distaaee and spacing in the border or garden depends on 
f Of tnntial. A ^niati-frovinif species should be planted 
by idL indiei. Urget >if:M«l diould be spaced 12 to 18 
lart. After piaitHng anqiMb. H Is desirable to topdress with 
fertilizer and then vppty a Hiht nuikh of sawdust, peat 
i, tur odier available orgatiic n&DxmL , ;« , .„ ^. ♦ 




H CLOI CITED 
CHUITY WORK 



S vntOlKtA BEAOi — Ao 
ttwryt fc. civle-mta(k4 froop of 
1^ nten. the Viitinii Beach 
CWJem Band Ctob, Inc' tm 
Mk'.cbHndMed tb die^FMrnd 

ill piWIc .icinHlee lb fMb' iikit- 
M ptltlfjf QliDMrai aadidulto. 
Th« ^Bgd o f Dfatd gf « 

^ I mmi^xm Rptd* at. Isbt 
^piwetfay «nproi«d ##■' 

the vcranary ansnc dpnt 

% 

jlO^Jte May 





To the F,C.C, Mr. Fischbeck 
"Th«a men were of vital 
•tfHR» to our Cause by helping 
ib iidie mooey for our proframs 
el Ite^wc^ £dw:atiofl, Treat- 
ipnt, Md RehabtUtatin for the 
msh than 3,000 C^s in m& 



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l|it<(^ 'ytt are takiffi tins k^ 
*-""' — '- '" eoaoieM to ~" 
■ pubUe Aenioe 
hed ^ Uto TfiivMter _„ 
AhmI C^iaa in our attlitt 
lUb ycfir. Wiihout 
and loyal o»> 
¥e could not hava 
ijr conducted oitf 
Wri«e"r 

The loctf frodp wir ona of 
M^ C3. Caiib* which balpcd 
* MbrUCP Pioirtai 
^ areie: Old Do- 
Radio Club Inc. 
Norfolk; Vininia Beach Ctti. 
9«ad OobT te. «f Yi^ 
BCMfa; FokmioHtli Ctti- 
Btiid. R*dio Clttb, lae.; 
Otiaete Band Radio 
*!dK TBIUeACol NQifbUc; Dis- 
iual SiTMBp'ClhBMi Band Cub 
tf rVtijttrake; ud Hampton 
fundi Cten Bffid aub of 

50 members from 

Ibaif cars 

tmfmw radios to 

pi and distiibotion 

iteen Ttf Day 

in aiM bnatnea 

fi. Their bifgcvt 

. dii lraM irtpB «f ,M- 

jM irtok'^ft df' Itit 

i« tiw K^dteiitial 

W»» ttpa 

H wvoi ciiHa 

, ,, feveitl 

96 mdi madb 

fjiitk up. kitt 

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^to i^ ftii«i Ux StS.OOO 
iMwQK Is in thie Mop-up Stage 
" Ml by General 
f. Bir«*. City 
Faul Bryan, f4or- 
; of Virgima State 
Coradiission: Dan 
B«u:h; Williafli 
ilambltn Stu- 
_._, ,^.,^„ Banes, Hampton; 
I. Ajrthnr Hod|es; Chesapeake, 
^ ^imM; B^ Httlden, 
l^nioiiait lle# Befl ^ay- 
iWw^ Stoflie; «A 7anies Dav- 
Wp*W., Newppit New, Home 
M% |n#Mie« Company of New 




Volunteers 

DEEP CREEK — Camp 
TARCO in servie^ training was 
held last week at a camp site 
near Deep Cock. The teenagers 
from Tidewater who met at 
camp last spring for volunteer 
work with the retarded children 
at camp were present on Wed- 
nesday, Thureday and Friday for 
thj special program. 

On Wednesday they met with 
Mrs. Ruth Caplan, director of 
the VoluntMf Service Bureau; 
Ronnie Cowan, director of Camp 
TARCO; and Mrs. Hester 
Moore, director of Red Cross 
Youth. A film explaining re- 
tardation to the teenage volun- 
teers was shown, after which 
tin. Lois (Nelson, Volunteer 
Field Consultant for Red Cross 
Youth, spoke on Safety and 
First Aid. Lunch was held. Lt. 
Roane of the Chesapedce Police 
department presented *Accident 
Prevention", and Doct( g E. Y . 
Ching, "Our Campers". ^~" 

Thursday's session was held 
from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. with 
swimming. Mrs. Irene Peters, 
volunteer Red Cross Water Saf- 
ety instructor, gave hints and 
tips on safety and practice 
teaching. 

Mr. Cowan, director of Camp 
TARCO, conducted the Friday 
session and the Senior Counsel- 
ore were met. After lunch. Miss 
Myra Spears of the Norfolk 
Recreation Bureau showed 
games and play suitable fcx- the 
campere. 



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2 BASE HIRES GIRL 

LITTLE CREfiK — The 

U.S. Naval Amjrfiibious Base, 
Little Creek, has made its firet 
placement under the President's 
Youth Opportunity Campaign^ 
Miw Shirley Mac Goodman, a 
June graduate of Union Kem|K- 
ville High School, has been em- 
ployed m the Supply Department 
as a Summer Working Aid. 

By worlung duri^ the Sum- 
mer RionU^ Miss Gooihian 
hc^s to further her education 
by attending Norfolk Division 
of Virginia State College in Sep- 
tember. 

This program, spcmsored by 
t}» Presi(knt, is to provide 
funds to raable manv students 
between the ages of 16 and 21 
to go or return to school and 
to provide n^ded job training 
to tfiose who do not plan to re- 
turn to school. Federal, State, 
and local agencies and private 
industry have bet;n rfcquersted 
to participate in the program to 
the fullest extent within their 
capabilities. 



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